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I need to do a project to figure capacity volume of a stationary cabinet with three shelves. I am confused about how to figure this with the shelves.

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    consider each shelf as a small solid with width and depth and thickness. Then you can figure its volume and subtract it from the inside volume of the stationery cabinet.

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    Is capacity done the same way? I am confused about the difference between Volume and capacity. Thanks so much for your help!

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    volume is the same as capacity.

    "capacity volume" is redundant

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