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 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.
you have to multply lenght times width
Multiply the base area by the 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 times with times height
height * width * depth = volume height = volume / (depth * width) Volume = lengthXwidthXheight V=LWH H=V/LW
You can't, unless it's a cube.
The volume of a rectangular prism is given by V=l*w*h. Therfore if the volume is 200, the length is 4 and the width is 5 the equation becomes 200=5*4*h 200=20h h=10cm
Length = Volume divided by (Width X Heigth)
More information must be given - the width can vary from zero to a really high number. If the volume is given, you can divide it by the product of the length and the height and you get the width.
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
You need the width to determine the length. You can find the area of the base by dividing the volume by the height, but until you know the width, you can't say anything about the length.
You need the total volume as well, then divide that successively by width and length
You have to know that [ Volume = (length) x (width) x (height) ]. Then, you can divide each side of that equation by (length x height), and you wind up with Width = Volume/(length x height)
You need more information. Since Volume = Length X Width X Height, you have 3 unknowns, and only equation.
Are you sure you are giving enough information for an answer to be given?
The answer depends on what information you are given: (volume, breadth and height), (surface are, breadth and height), (principle diagonal, breadth and height), (mass, density, breadth and height) or some other set.
Since the Volume=Length x Width x Height (or V=L x W x H), then L= V / (W x H). Length=Volume divided by <Width x Height>
336 cubic inches.
Using consistent units, the height = volume divided by footprint area (in the case of your rectangular box). so H = V/A
Volume = (length) x (width) x (height)Divide each side of this formula by (length) x (width).Then you have:Height = Volume/(length x width)
Volume of a cylinder in cubic units = piradius2height