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The volume of a prism cannot be 512 centimetres because a volume is a measure in 3-dimensional space whereas a centimetre is only a 1-dimensional measure.

Furthermore, even if the measurement units were correct, there is insufficient information to provide an answer. For example, the prism could be

1 cm x 1 cm x 512 cm

or

10 cm x 10 cm x 5.12 cm

or any one of infinitely many other options.

Q: The volume of a rectangle prism is 512 centimeters find the measurement of each side of the prism?

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Volume = Length *Breadth*Height

You can't tell the dimensions of a rectangle from its area, or the dimensions of a prism from its volume.

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Volume of a rectangular prism= LengthXWidthXHeight Area of a Rectangle= LengthXWidth Area of a Trapezoid= (Bottom+Top)/2)XHeight

Volume divided by Height.

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Volume = Length *Breadth*Height

A rectangular prism that is 5 centimeters wide, 10 centimeters long and 4 centimeters high has a volume of 200cm3

You can't tell the dimensions of a rectangle from its area, or the dimensions of a prism from its volume.

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Volume of a rectangular prism= LengthXWidthXHeight Area of a Rectangle= LengthXWidth Area of a Trapezoid= (Bottom+Top)/2)XHeight

The volume of any rectangular prism is its side lengths multiplied together. Here, 11*24*13.2=348.38 cubic centimeters.

Volume divided by Height.

Volume of a rectangular prism = lenght*width*height. So 8 * 3 * 10 = 240 cm3

A rectangle is a two-dimensional shape, and therefore has no volume. A rectanular prism (a box) has a volume of length x width x height.

the horizontal cross-sections of the prisms at the same height must have the same area. (APEX)

100.5 cm

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