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From: A.M. Gosnell <email@example.com> To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion Date: 2006070810:07:15 Subject: Re: Re: teaching capacity, volume There is a slight difference between volume and capacity. Volume is the amount of space a figure occupies. Capacity is the amount an object can hold when it is filled. Volume deals more with solids and capacity deals with liquids.
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