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Q: What is the volume of a cube with a length of twelve point five a height of eight and a width of ten?

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Assuming the room is rectangular, the formula for calculating the volume of it would be: length x width x height. A ten by ten room that is eight feet in height would have a volume of 800 cubic feet.

It depends on the shape you are attempting to compute the volume of. If you are attempting to compute the volume of a box (eight sides, each perpendicular), then it is simply length times width times height.

It depends on your height, i was eight stone at twelve years old and was about 150cm tall.

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A cuboid is another name for a cube. The three dimensions of a cube are identical and its volume is the product of its length, height, and width. Each of the dimensions of a 30 cubic cm cube is the cube root of 30 cubic centimeters, which is 3.10723251 cm to eight decimal places.

volume= length x width x height volume = 15 x 28 x 4 = 1680 ft^3 (feet cubed)

V = pi * r2 * h V = 3.14 * 42 * 12 = (just over) 600 cubic inches or almost 21 pints

twelve times eight is 96.

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Each edge measures 2 meters in length.

The volume is 8*10*12 = 960 cm3.

There are eight twelve months (or years) in eight years.

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