Q: A segment has no length height or width?

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A line segment has length. That is its only dimension. It does not have any width, or height or depth.

No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.

You multiply the width or length by the the height.

You measure the height, width, and length.

All solid figures have length, width and height and, conversely, if a figure has length, width and height then it is a solid figure.

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A line segment has length. That is its only dimension. It does not have any width, or height or depth.

No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.

height*length*width = volume Divide both sides by length*width to find the height: height = volume divided by length*width

You really should know how to answer that question.Volume = (length) x (width) x (height) .Length = (volume) / (width x height)Width = (volume) / (length x height)Height = (volume) / (length x width)

You multiply the width or length by the the height.

It is true. A line segment has finite length but no width.

volume = length*height*width Rearrange the formula: length = volume/height*width

You measure the height, width, and length.

All solid figures have length, width and height and, conversely, if a figure has length, width and height then it is a solid figure.

Volume = Length x Width x Height. If the prism is square, then either Height = Width or Height = Length In the first case, Volume = Length x Width2 and so Width = sqrt(Volume/Length) and Height = Width. In the second case, Volume = Length2 x Width and so Width = Volume/Length2 and Height = Length.