In this lesson, you will learn about area and perimeter, as well as the formulas for the area and perimeter of a rectangle.
This naturally leads to how to work out the volume of a rectangular prism.
We look at how we uset length, width and height to work out either the area of 2D shapes, of volume of 3D shapes.
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