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From: Michael Greene <email@example.com> To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion Date: 2002082015:38:54 Subject: geometry/ volume Many of my (high school) geometry students will memorize the volume formula V=lwh for a rectangular solid without understanding where it comes from. I have started breaking the job back down with sugar cubes into a flat base(lw) taken (h) times. The problem of 1000 is a 10x10x10 cube.
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