5cm * 5cm * 10cm = 250 cm3
V = 10cm * 6cm * 5cm = 300cm3
Volume = 20*7*10 = 1400 cubic cm
The answer will depend on the country whose pennies you have in mind. Since you have not shared that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.
600 cubic cm
The volume of the cuboid is: 10*5*2 = 100 cubic cm
To find the volume, you multiply height X Width X Length. In this case, 5 X 10 X 10. The answer is 500 cubic centimeters.
2*15*10 = 300 cubic cm
It is: 2*20*10 = 400 cubic cm
Volume of block: 50*25*16 = 20,000 cubic cm
2 x 20 x 10 =400 cubic centimetres.
It is not possible to answer the question. The volume of a rectangular block requires the measure of three lengths - not 2 as given in the question.
There needs to be more information given, specifically what type of soil and what the moisture content is. If you have a sample of soil, try weighing a known volume. A 1/2 gallon milk carton measures about 10cm by 10cm. If you cut it off 10cm high, you have a volume of 1000 cubic cm. If you weigh this, and multiply the weight by 1000 you will have the weight of 1 cubic meter.
The equation for the volume of a rectangular prism (such as a block of ice) is height times width times depth. That would make the volume of this block of ice is 9 meters cubed.
1 x 2 x 3 = 6 The volume of the block is 6 cubic meters
The volume of a tin can which is 47.5 cm high with a radius of 24.5 cm is 89572.69. The volume is the entire amount of space the object takes up or can hold.
Volume is calculated by LWH = 84. If you want Density, it is calculated by mass/volume => 24/84 =0.285 g/cm^3
The density will not be as large as one with the same mass which is spread over a smaller volume.
10 cm heels will make you just over 10cms taller.
Volume for this block is Length x Width x Height = (5.4 cm ) * (3.4 cm ) * (0.52 cm ) = 9.5472 cubic centimeters