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# What is volume in geometry?

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it is the space occupied by a dgeometrical solid and it can be given as: V=L*H*W

where V is the volume, L is the length, H is the height and W is the width. (that's for a solid with a square or rectangle base).

it can also be given as: surface area * height

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