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divide surface area by width

Sorry

It is a little more complicated than that.

Surface area = (2 X length X width) + (2 X length X height) + (2 X width X height)

Solve for height

Surface area - (2 X length X width) = 2height(length + width)

(Surface area - (2 X length X width))/2(length + width) = height

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height * width * depth = volume height = volume / (depth * width) Volume = lengthXwidthXheight V=LWH H=V/LW

width, depth and height

No, they do not.

Width = 6 feet Height = 6 feet Depth = 7 feet

You need the total volume as well, then divide that successively by width and length

Volume = Height × Width × Depth Surface area=2(lw+wh+hl)

Length,Width,Height is often the order.

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A 3D shape stands for Three-Dimensional. The three dimensions are Height, Width and Depth. A line just has height, so it is 1D. A polygon has both Height and width so it's 2D. A three dimensional object has all three; Height, Width and Depth.________^Height/Length = 1D-------------------| || | Depth |/ |----------------- |

Define h = height w = width d = depth Then, the surface area is 2hw+2hd+2wd.

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