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Q: Do you multiply the width by the length and by the height to get an answer for the volume of an 3d shape?

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It depends on what shape. For a cube, multiply the length by the width by the height.

You do length times width times height and that is how you get your answer to the volume.

You find the length and height of the shape, them you find the volume

To find the volume of a regular shape - multiply the height by the width by the depth.

is the shape 2d or 3d? what is the shape? if if 2d then hust multiply the length by height

Volume = Length * Height * Width That equation can be rearranged to: Width = Volume/(Length * Height) This answer will only work for a cuboid (or a cube) and not any other 3d shape.

A triangle is a two-dimensional shape (flat), so it has area, but not volume. The area of a triangle is half the height times the base. Multiply the height times the length of the triangle's base, then divide by 2.

Depends on the shape. Basically, multiply the length times the width times the height, but there are many ways to do that.

If you want to find a volume of a regular shape, You need to multiply Length, Width, and High.

Multiply the area of the base by the height of the object. The area of the base can be found by multiplying the length times the width of one of the faces.

The volume of a rectangular prism (a shape like box)

A solid is a 3 dimensional object having length, width and height. Its volume measured in cubic units is length*width*height

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