Q: What is the volume of 50 cm 25cm and 16 cm?

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The volume of a sphere with a diameter of 25cm is about 8181.2cm3

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15625 cubic cm

Half a meter is equal to 50 centimeters. 50 centimeters plus 25 centimeters is equal to 75 centimeters.

~35.36 cm

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Volume = length*width*height, which for the 25cm cube are all 25 cm. Vol = 25cm * 25cm * 25cm = 15625 cubic cm = 15.625 cubic decimetres = 15.625 litres.

Volume of block: 50*25*16 = 20,000 cubic cm

The volume of a sphere with a diameter of 25cm is about 8181.2cm3

25cm is longer than 200mm which equals 20cm

Volume = area x height volume is 100 cm cubed height = volume/area = 100/50 = 2 cm

25cm

15625 cubic cm

Half a meter is equal to 50 centimeters. 50 centimeters plus 25 centimeters is equal to 75 centimeters.

15625 cubic cm

One meter is 100cm so a quarter of that is 25cm. There is 25cm in 0.25m.

If the box had a 50 cm square transverse section and the third dimension were 35 cm, the volume would be:50 × 50 × 35 = 87500 cubic centimeters or eighty seven and a half liters

~35.36 cm