A "rectangle" does not have a volume., it has area. Your use fo the word rectangle limits the real shape to two things.
If the volume is 3,740 cubic feet....
# A regular cuboid with rectangular sides with a base of 440 square feet would be 3,740 / 440 = 8.5 feet high. # A regular pyramid with a base of 440 square feet would be 3 x (3,740 / 440) = 25.5 feet high.
It equals volume that is calculated in cubic units.
Volume in cc = Length in cm * width in cm * height in cm.
The volume of a square pyramid with height 7 and base 5 is 58.33 cubic units.
It is: width times length times height measured in cubic units
192 cubic feet
The shape in question is not a rectangle but a rectangular prism. Its volume is 12.5*10*8 = 1,000 cubic units.
As an area of square feet has no height, it has no volume which is measured in cubic feet. Thus there are 0 cubic feet in 440 square feet.
Volume in cubic units = 1/3*base area*height
A rectangle is a shape on a flat surface. It has two dimensions,and its volume is zero.BTW -- Any unit of volume is a 'cubic unit'.
Volume of the pyramid: 1/3*base area*height in cubic m
multiply the number of square yards - which is an area - by the average height in yards to get the volume in cubic yards