Q: What does L times W times H mean?

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If the length, width and height are L, W and H units repectively thenArea = 2*(L*W + W*H + H*L) square units and Volume = L*W*H cubic units.

L*W*H = the volume of an object. like a cube or a box

If you mean for the volume it is L x W x H where L = Length, H = Height, W = Width. As you are referring to a cube all dimensions would have the same value

Assuming the room is cuboid in shape, let L = length, W = width and H = height. The surface area = 2*(L*W + W*H + H*L)

Volume= L*W*H l=length W=width H=height

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If its length is l and its width is w and its height is h, its volume is l x w x h. (length times width times hight)

The volume of a rectangular object is equal to Length times Width times Height.

H = A/(L x W)

If, by perimeter, you mean the sum of all the edges, thenP = 4*(L + W + H) therefore, H = P/4 - (L + W) and then, since you know the length , width and height, V = L * W * H.

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Width is how wide something is, length is how long something is.In maths w*l*h is width times length times height.

If, by perimeter, you mean the sum of all the edges, thenP = 4*(L + W + H) therefore, H = P/4 - (L + W) and then, since you know the length , width and height, V = L * W * H.

If the length, width and height are L, W and H units repectively thenArea = 2*(L*W + W*H + H*L) square units and Volume = L*W*H cubic units.

how can you figure out the volume is multiplylling the L times W times the H or figuren the form of the shape.

V = L*W*H. "volume is length times width times height"

L*W*H = the volume of an object. like a cube or a box