Any one dimension increased by 3, or
any two dimensions increased by the square root of 3 or
all three dimensions increased by the cube root of 3.
For a box, the dimensions the define a volume would be:Height, Width, and DepthFor a cylinder, the dimensions that define a volume would be:Height and Diameter
If you triplied the height of a triangular prism, would that triple it volume
Any one dimension increased by 2, or any two dimensions increased by the square root of 2 orall three dimensions increased by the cube root of 2.
Impossible to answer ! We would need the rest of the dimensions to work out the volume for you !
The area would be 120 inches but you need a height to get the volume The area would be 120 inches but you need a height to get the volume
You would use a triple beam balance.
Just knowing the volume in centimeters cubed of a rectangular prism would not allow you to find the dimensions.
using length x width x height, I believe it would be 10cm if the dimensions are in that order
the most typical dimensions would be 2cm x 3cm X 3cm
A yard is a measure of length in 1-dimensional space and so has dimensions [L]. A cubic yard, therefore, has dimensions of [L3] which are the dimensions of volume in 3-dimensional space. Since it is a unit that measures volume, it could be used t measure the volume of a pool. However, nowadays, most people in the world would use cubic metres (or, possibly, litres).
You would have to multiply its dimensions together l*w*h=v length*width*height=volume