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1. Let's find the volume of this prism. To find the volume of the prism, we can use the above formula. V = l × w × h Where l = 4cm, w = 3cm, h = 5cm V = 4 × 3 × 5 cm^{3}
2. Let's find the volume of this figure.
To find the volume of the prism, we can use the formula V = A × h where A is the area of the base(or area of the cross section) and h is the height(or the length of the prism) The base of the prism is a triangle, so we need to find the area of the triangle. Area of a triangle (A) = ½ b × h = ½ × 8 × 7 = 28 cm^{2} The height of the prism (h) (or the length of the prism) = 13 cm Volume of the prism = A × h = 28 × 13 = 364 cm^{3}


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