A rectangular prism that is 6 cm long, 2 cm wide and 5 cm high has a volume of 60cm3
The volume of a rectangular prism is lwh.5(2)(3)=30 cubic inches
I can tell you how high yo mama's bed room is
the volume is 192 sq cm
Volume = 56 square inches x 6 inches high = 336 cubic inches.
1 square meter. 2 * 1 * .5 = 1
The volume is 6*12*9 = 648 cubic feet.
It is: 8*3*5 = 120 cubic feet
Multiply them together.
Volume = cross-sectional area x length, so 6 x 12=72
11.625cm2 divide 186 by 1.6 and you'll get 116.25
The surface of a rectangular prism would be 60 yards. This is use in math.
Its volume: 5.5*3*2 = 33 cubic feet
This room is a rectangular prism. The equation for a rectangular prism to find the volume is the LxWxH=V. 50x28x15=1400x15=21000 cubic feet The number of cubic feet in this room is 21000 cubic feet.
The formula for the area of a hexagon is 3/2 (square root of 3) side length squared. This gives the area as 93.53 square centimeters, and the volume is then 1402.95 cubic centimeters.
The volume of a rectangular prism is equal to length x width x height. Therefore, you have to choose the width so that the product of the three numbers is equal to the volume, i.e., equal to 144.
To find the volume of a rectangular solid (just like your box), you multiply the dimensions of Length, Width and Height. For your question: Volume = Length * Width * Height Volume = (9 cm) * (6 cm) * (3 cm) Volume = 162 cm3 To take this to a slightly higher level, you can give your answer in other units, recalling that 1 mL = 1 cm3, and you get the Volume = 162 mL
The volume of the prism (not prisim) depends on its shape. Information about the dimensions (not demensions) is not enough without knowing the shape of the cross section: circular, triangular, rectangular etc.
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.
Volume is 6,842.39 cm3
It is 1800 cubic centimetres.
120 cm cubed