The volume of a rectangular prism is given by the formula volume of rectangular prism = length x width x height If the length is l, the width is w and the height is h the volume is given by volume = lwh
you have to multply lenght times width
You don't. You need the height and the area of the base to find the volume.
If you mean as in a rectangular cuboid then divide the product of the two given sides into the volume to find the height.
Multiply the base area by the height.
height * width * depth = volume height = volume / (depth * width) Volume = lengthXwidthXheight V=LWH H=V/LW
length times with times height
It depends on what you want to know. The formula for the number of vertices, for example is V = 8; the volume and height are irrelevant!
Length = Volume divided by (Width X Heigth)
You can't, unless it's a cube.
The volume of any pyramid or cone is given by the formula: 1/3 x base area x height For a rectangular-based pyramid: 1/3 x base width x base length x height
The volume of a rectangular prism is the length on the side times the width times the height. 42m2 is given as the width times the height, the area of the base. 8cm = .08m .08m * 42m2 = 3.36m3