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By dividing length times width into its given volume

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How do you find the width of a cuboid when you are given the total volume?

width = volume/(length*height)

How do you find the length width and height with the volume?

You cannot. If you have the length, width and height you can work out the volume - if your object is a cuboid. But given a volume you cannot work out length, width and height.

How do you find the area of a cuboid?

length *width*height=area of cuboid

What Formula to find volume of a cuboid?

Volume = Length * Width * Height

What is the volume of a cuboid with width 2cm length 4cm and height 6?


What does length times height times width equal?

For a cuboid it gives its volume.

How do you find the width of volume only using length 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.

What is the volume of a cuboid with width 2 cm and length 5 cm and height 3cm?

All you need to do is times width by length by height 2x5x3 = 30cm^3

What is length x width x height?

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

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

Only if the shape is a cuboid.

The formula length x width x height is used to measure what?

Volume of a cuboid.

What does length x width x height equal?

Length x width x height equals volume.* * * * *But only if the object in question is a cuboid (rectangular prism). Length*Width*Height for a sphere, for example, does not equal its volume.

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