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Interactive video lesson plan for: 6th Grade Math Calculating Volume of Cube

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In this math video, you will learn how to solve the volume of a cube. The volume of a cube formula is s to the power of 3 or s cubed (s3). Volume of a cube is a very simple topic so it should be easy for you to understand!

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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