Volume of prism

Volume of a Prism

The Volume of a prism is the area of one end times the length of the prism.

prism area of base, perimeter of base and length

Volume = Base Area × Length

Example: What is the volume of a prism where the base area is 25 m2 and which is 12 m long:

Volume= Area × Length
 = 25 m2 × 12 m
 300 m3

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