Welcome to lesson 4 the topic is on volume.  Finding the volume of basic figures is very much like finding area and surface area.  However the big difference is volume represents how much “stuff” we can fill into a figure/object rather than area where the concept is “wrapping” an object.  Also the units of measure for volume is different than area so be careful with your solutions.

Things to focus on this lesson:

• the concept of volume
• the formulas to find the volume of basic figures
• the units of measure for volume

#### Volume of Basic Figures

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 Good work! you finished lesson 4 only two more lesson to go in the course!!! Here are some things you should be able to do: * find the area of basic figures * find the surface area of basic figures * find the volume of basic figures All right we are almost done with the course! Let’s take a quick look at a lesson on the distance and mid-point formula Lesson 5:  The Distance and Midpoint Formulas