Q: What is the length and height of a brick?

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Yes, but of course it will require math. cm is centimeters, a form of measurement and a brick is a rectangular prism. So then, when you measure the dimensions of a brick, you do Volume=(length)x(width)x(height) and that's how you find the volume of a brick using cm.

thicknesss of wall multiply by height of wall multiply by length of wall and multiply by density of wall (19000)

No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.

The height is the length of its altitude.

Length and width define two dimensions, like a piece of paper has a length distance measure along one side and a width distance measure on the other side. In three dimensions there is length and width and height, like a solid brick or block

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measure the height, length, and width of the brick...then multiply all of those answers :)

the brick height is 9"(inch)

Breadth us another word for 'width' - a rectangular block, such as a brick, has length, breadth and height.

the volume is 600 cm cubed.

Density is Weight per Volume so you measure the weight of the brick using a scale and find the volume by multiplying length by width by height and then divide the weight by the volume.

Yes, but of course it will require math. cm is centimeters, a form of measurement and a brick is a rectangular prism. So then, when you measure the dimensions of a brick, you do Volume=(length)x(width)x(height) and that's how you find the volume of a brick using cm.

Assuming this is a mathematical question (rather than one of real life) multiply together the length, width and height of the brick. In real life, bricks have chunks cut out where the cement goes.

thicknesss of wall multiply by height of wall multiply by length of wall and multiply by density of wall (19000)

Length by height.Addition:About artworks it is always height by length.

You cannot measure its length, width and height and multiply these together because all bricks have holes or indentations where the cement goes to anchor one brick to another. This method will give you the volume of the brick and its holes - not the volume of the brick.The simplest way is to place a large container in a tray. Fill a large container to its rim with water. Gently put a brick in the large container and collect the overflow. Carefully transfer the overfow into a measuring container. The volume of the overflow is the volume of the brick.

No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.

To calculate the surface area of a brick, you would find the surface area for each of the 6 sides, then add them together. To find the surface area of one of the faces/sides, you would multiply the length of the face in question by the width of that same face. If this is a regular brick, then the sides should match up, meaning if you do one side, then the opposite side should be the same surface area. To find the volume, you multiply the height of the brick by the length of the brick by the width of the brick.