It is not possible to answer the question. The volume of a rectangular block requires the measure of three lengths - not 2 as given in the question.

To figure this out, simply add the distance on each side of the pen. For a rectangular pen you will have two sets of sides that are the same length. Therefore, for this pen, you will need two lengths of fence 12 feet long and two lengths of fence 16 feet long - a total of 56 feet.

The set of rooms which fit the criterion listed above may be found by assigning the independent variables x and y to the two lengths of the room such that xy = 188 and thus y = 188/x. This graph has a domain of R+ (since lengths must be positive) and is a rectangular hyperbola. One possible dimension which satisfies this relationship is (4,47).

A rectangular prism has three linear measures: length, breadth and height. There are four lengths given in the question, which is not possible.

To compute it, you have to know the lengths of the sides.

Since the question asks about the perimeter, lengths and widths, it is not clear what the 30 feet measure, which is given in the question, refers to! Without that information, it is impossible to answer the question.

You cannot. The lengths and widths are not sufficient information to determine the height.

rectangular prism is a 3D structure with 4 lengths 4 widths 4 heights

A cube is different to a rectangular prism because in a cube all the edges have to be equal in length, where's in a rectangular prism the edges can be of various lengths.

You multiply the 3 lengths of the box.

240 yards

A rectangular prism with all different lengths, width, and height.

The dimensions for 288 sq inches is [L2], that is the square of lengths.

Cuboid has all the same size lengths on the square size, the rectangular prism has only 2 of one size, and 2 lengths of another size. A cube is a "rectangle" with all the sides the same size. Basically a square instead of a rectangle, with a 3-D view.

The volume of any solid is proportional to each of its three dimensions.So if one dimension is doubled, the volume increases by the factor of 21 = 2 .And if two dimensions are doubled, the volume increases by the factor of 22 = 4 .And if each dimension is doubled, the volume increases by the factor of 23 = 8.

112 cm squared

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6 in. by 8 in., 10 in. by 5 in., 12 in. by 4 in.

The volume of a rectangular prism with side lengths 15.8 m 24.5 m and 4.2 m, rounded to the nearest cubic meter, is 1626m3

Because length is one dimension, thus it's measured in linear units.

If you can compile a complete list of all different rectangular models with sides of integer length for a number then their lengths and breadths represent its factors.

They you have two modal lengths. It is quite possible to have none, one or many modes.

It is the same.

Add up all of the lengths of the edges adjacent to one of the bases.

yes it is possible.