5x3x2 = 30
The volume of a rectangular prism is lwh.5(2)(3)=30 cubic inches
The cross section area times the height (or length depending on how you look at it). What is the area of the pentagon? how high/long is the prism?
I can tell you how high yo mama's bed room is
A rectangular prism that is 6 cm long, 2 cm wide and 5 cm high has a volume of 60cm3
1 square meter. 2 * 1 * .5 = 1
A rectangular prism that is 5 centimeters wide, 10 centimeters long and 4 centimeters high has a volume of 200cm3
Multiply length by width by height to find the volume in a cubic unit of measurement. For example, to find the volume of a box that is 2 feet long, 2 feet wide and 3 feet high, 2x2x3=12 cubic feet.
the volume is 192 sq cm
Volume = 56 square inches x 6 inches high = 336 cubic inches.
First of all a rectangle is a two dimensional shape. Its three dimensional counterpart is a cuboid. To find the volume we must multiply all of the dimensions: 48 * 25 * 17 = 20400 Then we have to put on the units at the end: 20400 ft^3
The volume is 6*12*9 = 648 cubic feet.
Its volume: 0.5*7*5*10 = 175 cubic inches.
It is: 8*3*5 = 120 cubic feet
More information must be given - the width can vary from zero to a really high number. If the volume is given, you can divide it by the product of the length and the height and you get the width.
A "rectangle" does not have a volume., it has area. Your use fo the word rectangle limits the real shape to two things.If the volume is 3,740 cubic feet....# A regular cuboid with rectangular sides with a base of 440 square feet would be 3,740 / 440 = 8.5 feet high. # A regular pyramid with a base of 440 square feet would be 3 x (3,740 / 440) = 25.5 feet high.
11.625cm2 divide 186 by 1.6 and you'll get 116.25
Volume = cross-sectional area x length, so 6 x 12=72
This room is a rectangular prism. The equation for a rectangular prism to find the volume is the LxWxH=V. 50x28x15=1400x15=21000 cubic feet The number of cubic feet in this room is 21000 cubic feet.
If you want to find a volume of a regular shape, You need to multiply Length, Width, and High.
The volume of a rectangular prism is equal to length x width x height. Therefore, you have to choose the width so that the product of the three numbers is equal to the volume, i.e., equal to 144.
If you are trying to find the volume of something, remember there is a formula which is volume = length times width times high.