Step: 1

Volume of the cube = number of cubes × volume of each cube

Step: 2

= 12 × 1 cm^{3}

Step: 3

= 12 cm^{3}

[Multiply.]

Step: 4

Therefore, the volume of the figure = 12 cm^{3}.

Correct Answer is : 12 cm^{3}

Step: 1

The figure is composed of 10 cubes.

Step: 2

Volume of each cube = l × w × h

[Formula.]

Step: 3

= 1 × 1 × 1 = 1 cubic unit

[Substitute and multiply.]

Step: 4

So, the volume of the figure is 10 × 1 = 10 cubic units.

Correct Answer is : 10 cubic units

Step: 1

Volume of the cube = number of cubes × volume of each cube

Step: 2

= 9 × 1 cm^{3}

Step: 3

= 9 cm^{3}

[Multiply.]

Step: 4

Therefore, the volume of the cube = 9 cm^{3}.

Correct Answer is : 9 cm^{3}

Step: 1

Volume of the solid shown in the figure = Number of cubes × Volume of each cube

Step: 2

= 4 × 1 cm^{3}

Step: 3

= 4 cm^{3}

[Multiply.]

Step: 4

Therefore, the volume of the solid shown in the figure is 4 cm^{3}.

Correct Answer is : 4 cm^{3}

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