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Q: A solid cubical block of fine wood costs Rs 256 at Rs 500 per metercube find its volume and the length of each side?

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If it is a cubical block, the volume is simply length x height x width.

If its a cuboid, volume = length * breadth * height .

V = length x width x height

you weigh the block on a balance get its mass if it is a regular shape block so the volume should be length * weadth * breadth (side * side * side) the density = mass / volume

A ruler. Measure the length, width, and height. Then multiply the three of the to get the volume. Equation: V=LxWxH V=Volume L=Length W=Width H=Heigtht x=multiply Example: A block of wood has a length of 4, a height of 2, and a width of 3. What is the volume? 4x2x3=24

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Since, this is a cubical block, It can be length * breadth* height..

If it is a cubical block, the volume is simply length x height x width.

Block being a box: Height * Length * Depth = Volume Giving the three dimensions available.

If its a cuboid, volume = length * breadth * height .

i think there would be 500 per meter cube instead of 500 per meter square.

If you mean the smaller block measures 50cm on all sides - the weight is 900Kg / 8 = 112.5Kg

Length by width by height

length x width x height = volume

4096 cm is not a volume, but a length. Once you know the volume, divide the mass by the volume to get the density.

A Belgian block is a nearly cubical block of granite or some other tough stone, used as a material for street pavements.

V = length x width x height

Volume of a rectangular block is: length*width*height. Use consistent units.