Q: What is the volume of a 5 by 3 by 2 box?

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Volume of box: 3*5*2 = 30 cubic feet

The volume is 5 x 3 x 2 which is 30 m3.

The volume is 5*6*2 = 60 cubic inches.

Multiply all the dimensions: Volume (box) = Length x width x height Then, Vol = 5 x 2 x 6 = 60 cubic cm / 60cm^3

5 * 3 * 2 = 30 cubic whatever units ==================

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Volume of box: 3*5*2 = 30 cubic feet

The volume is 3*5*2 = 30 cubic metres.

The volume is 5 x 3 x 2 which is 30 m3.

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To find the volume of a box, you need to multiply the 3 dimentions, Height x Width x Length. This means 5 x 3 x 2 = 30 inches cubed.

A box having the measurements 3 cm by 4 cm by 5 cm has a volume of 60 cubic centimeters.

The volume is 5*6*2 = 60 cubic inches.

small box = 2*2*3 = 12 large box = 3*4*5 = 60 number of small boxes in the large one = 60/12 = 5

Multiply all the dimensions: Volume (box) = Length x width x height Then, Vol = 5 x 2 x 6 = 60 cubic cm / 60cm^3

The box is cuboid, not cube: a cube box would be the same length in all dimensions. "Double the size" is an ambigous phrase. Doubling all three measures, to a box of 4 by 6 by 10 would increase its volume 8-fold. Simply doubling its volume could be achieved by doubling any one of the three lengths to 4 by 3 by 5, or 2 by 6 by 5 or 2 by 3 by 10. Furthermore, the volume could be doubled by halving one length and quadrupling another, etc. There are an infinite nimber of possibilities. Doubling the volume while maintaining the relative proportions would require increasing each side by a factor of cuberoot(2) or 1.26.

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