In this math video, you will learn how to calculate the volume of a triangular prism. First you have to find the area of a triangle. Then you multiply it by the length of the prism to get the volume of the triangular prism. Good Luck and please SUBSCRIBE for weekly videos!

Also check out our other videos in this series:

How to calculate area of square

How to calculate Area of Triangle

How to find Area of Parallelogram

How to calculate area of rectangle

Calculating Perimeter of a Square

Calculating Perimeter of a Rectangle

Area of Trapezoids

Area of Rhombus

Perimeter of Triangles

Perimeter of Parallelograms

Perimeter of a Rhombus

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