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To better understand, let's look at a simple example. In the following drawing, there is a right triangular prism:

The area of each base of the right triangular prism is $5$ cm².

The height of the prism is $10$ cm.

The volume of the prism can be calculated by placing the data in the formula:

$V=S\times H=5\times10=50$

Therefore, the volume of the prism is $50$ cm³.