Use manipulatives to discover the volume of a pyramid is one-third the volume of the related prism (the heights and base areas are equal). 0606.4.17

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- How to Find the Volume of 3-D Solids: The Basics - This video lesson includes three study tips, a 3:21 video and a step-by-step text transcript of the video
- Index of Geometry Lessons - several lessons from AAA Math
- Surface Area and Volume of Solids - examples and problems online
- Volume of a Pyramid - this AAA Math page gives instruction, examples, guided practice and a quiz (they call it a game)
- Volume of a Pyramid - This video lesson includes study tips, a 4:27 video and a step-by-step text transcript of the video
- The Volume of a Pyramid is One-Third that of a Prism - Here is a way to show that it is true. To show that this cube has three times the volume of the pyramid, you can create three new pyramids that have the same volume as the original one. Assemble these three pyramids to form a cube.
- Volume of a Rectangular Prism - this AAA Math page gives instruction, examples, guided practice and a quiz (they call it a game)
- Volume of a pyramid is a third of the corresponding prism - Online video
- Volume of a Triangular Prism - - this AAA Math page gives instruction, examples, guided practice and a quiz (they call it a game)
- Volume of Common Solids - a volume lesson from Math Guide
- Why is the volume of a cone one third of the volume of a cylinder? - answer question forum.

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