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The differences between area, perimeter, and volume.

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• Hi, I'm Kayla, math is my favorite subject in school!!  I always love to learn something new!!  I wonder what I'm going to learn today?! Lets go in!
• Ok class, today we're going on a field trip to figure out the difference between area, perimeter, and volume!
• Now here's an example, if the pool's length is 5, the width is 4, and the Height is 2, if it's volume, the volume would be 40. Perimeter and Area don't measure height  they only measure length and width. The area would be 20 and the perimeter is 18. It's time to leave now, see everyone at school!
• Yay!!! I love math!
• That was a fun field trip! I definitly learned the difference between area, perimeter, and volume! This is my friend Anna. Whoops it's time to go inside now we'll everybody next time, Bye!!
•   I know the differences between area, perimeter, and volume!
• There are multiple differences between area, perimeter, and volume: P= s+s+s+s, A=L x W, and V=L x W x H, P= the space outside of a shape A= the space inside an object, and V= the amount of space an object takes up, Volume measures units 3 Area measures square units, and Perimeter measures units.
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