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Assuming the solid is constructed from cubes measuring 1 unit on each edge and that the figure is completely solid, what is the volume of the cubic solid shown above?

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We do not see the figure. You will need to describe it, or post a link to the scanned picture.
If it is a typical 3dimensional figure, you can count the number of unitcubes column by column and add them up.
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