If you want to pass geometry, you will need to know how to calculate volume. In this tutorial, learn exactly how to find the volume of a prism or a cylinder on your own.
This helpful video, hosted by a teacher, will take you through the steps you need to get this problem right. The best part about learning from a video? You can stop, rewind and pause as much as you like until you get the hang of it.
So, grab a pencil and a piece of paper, and have a seat  practice this equation and soon you will be aceing your big tests.
How To: Find the volume of prisms and cylinders
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