# What is the volume in this figure?

16 cube units

Volume is calculated as follows: width = 4 height = 4 depth = 1.

sixteen cubes (4 x 4 x 1).

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To determine the volume of a figure, I would need more information about the specific figure you're referring to. The volume of a three-dimensional object can be calculated differently depending on its shape. If you provide details about the shape of the figure, such as whether it's a cube, cylinder, sphere, or some other shape, along with the relevant measurements (such as length, width, and height), I can help you calculate its volume.

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