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Q: How is the width of a box calculated?

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If it's just the front surface of a box then it's simply a 2D shape, the area can be calculated by multiplying the length by the width. Answer will be in units squared.

It depends on the size of the box. You need to use a ruler measure its width in inches.

-- Measure the length of the box. -- Measure the width of the box. -- Measure the height of the box. -- Multiply (length) times (width) times (height). The product is the volume of the box.

The dimensions of a Kleenex box are length, width and height. The volume of the box is equivalent to length times width times height.

Area = Length*Width so Width = Area/Length. Therefore the Width can be calculated. Then, perimeter = 2*(Length + Width) and everything on the right hand side of the equation is known so the perimeter can be calculated.

The area may be calculated using this formula: A = (length of each tile in inches) x (width of each tile in inches) x (number of tiles in one box)

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No it cannot.

The volume is calculated by length*width*height. If you are only the area then you could not solve the problem without be given the length of one of the sides. The area is calculated as length*width.

The width of the box will be 1 meter.

You find cubic inches in a box by multiplying its length by its width, and by its height. The measurements for length, width, and height should all be in inches. This is known as the volume of the box.

A box is typically measured in three dimension, height, length, and width. To find the volume of the box, you need to multiply the height by the length by the width. This is a very simple calculation.

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