Not enough information. The volume is the base area times the height; the height is therefore the volume divided by the base area.
Multiply the base area by the height.
The volume of a cylinder is found by multiplying the area of its base times its height.
Find the area of the base and divide by the volume and that should give you the height.
Presumably it's a cone or a pyramid: 1/3*base area*height = volume Make the base area the subject of the formula: base area = (volume*3)/height
You don't. You need the height and the area of the base to find the volume.
Volume = Base Area * Height So Height = Volume/Base Area
Volume of a rectangular prism is equal to the base area x height. (V=BxH or Volume = Base Area * Height) To get the base area, simply divide the volume by the height. (B=V/H or Base Area = Volume / Height)
The answer will depend on the shape that you are considering.
Multiply the base*height*width.
Volume of a rectangular prism = base x height. If volume and height are known, solve for base area by dividing volume by height.
Volume = 1/3 * Base area * Height So Base area = 3 * Volume / Height
Volume = (height)(area base)
Volume = base area x height so Base area = Volume / height. For example, if the volume is 10cm3 and the height is 2cm, 10/2=5, the base area must be 5cm2.
The volume is equal to the area of the base multiplied by the height. So, to find the height, just divide the volume by the area of the base.
Divide the volume by the base area to determine height.
The answer depends on what the formula is for: volume, surface area, height, area of base, etc; and on what information you have been given.
You can only find the area of the base with this information. The volume divided by the height will give you the area of the base.
You can't. You have to know something about the area of the base as well. Volume=height*base area, therefore height=(volume)/(base area) Since it is a usually circular base on a cylinder, height=(volume)/(pi*(radius^2)=v/(pi(r^2))
you can just analyse friend.. its not so tough.. well try dis way. suppose radius is given.. we assume it as 'R'. Next as u said height is given say 'H'. So you can find its base area. As 'R' is given area is A = (pi)*R^2. Next height is given. So multiply this area of circle with its height"H". What we are actually doing here is placing circles of area A to height H. So we will get the volume of cylinder because area is same in its entire height.. Suppose if its a cone then area of the circles will vary with height. The base will have greater area den the area will decrease as height increases so its volume becomes one-third of the volume of cylinder. U have to assume these but make sure that the units will be in cubic cm or cubic m and so on..
volume is length X width X height. so, divide the volume by the base.
The area of a cylinder's base with a height of 10 and a volume of 3800 is 380 units2