Calculating the volume of a cube is very important in high school geometry classes. Calculating the volume of a solid can be confusing at first, but with a little practice you will be able to get it right. In this tutorial, high school math teacher Doug Simms teaches you exactly how to calculate the volume of a cube and offers examples so you can follow along. Listen to Mr. Simms and you will be at the top of your class!
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