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- Study cylinder volumeRead about how to calculate the volume of a cylinder, then try to figure out the volume for yourself. You can keep trying with different sizes - the interactive programme will let you know how you're doing!

"Volume" is used to measure both liquids and solids.

"Volume" is the amount of space an object takes up, whereas "capacity" refers to the amount a container can hold.

**Study and practice**

- Study volume of cylinders, cones and spheresRead about how to calculate the volume of cylinders, cones and spheres at math.com. Then try the online workout to test your knowledge.
- Study volume of pyramidsRead about how to calculate the volume of pyramids at math.com, then try the online workout to test your knowledge.

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