Volume is 12cm3
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A rectangular prism whose dimensions are 2.0 cm x 3.0 cm x 2.0cm has a volume of 12cm3
A rectangular prism whose dimensions are 2.0 cm and 3.0 cm and 2.0 cm has a volume of 12cm3
A rectangular prism whose dimensions are 2.0 cm x 4.0 cm x 3.0 cm has a volume of 24cm3
Volume = 2.0*3.0*2.0 = 12.0 cm3
The volume of any rectangular prism is its side lengths multiplied together. Here, 11*24*13.2=348.38 cubic centimeters.
It is: 72A cubic inches
Volume = 12*4*8 = 384 cubic inches
Volume: 2*4*3 = 24 cubic centimetres.
The volume for any rectangular prism is l X w X h. So you times the length (2) by the width (3) and by the height (2) and that equals 12 cubic cm.
A rectangular prism whose edges measure 3 ft 3 ft and 2ft has a volume of 18 cubic feet.
It is: 3*7*10 = 210 cubic feet
Volume of rectangular prism: 5*5*20 = 500 cubic cm
A rectangular prism has three dimension: its length, width and height. A flat and long prism is one whose height is small and length is large.
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.
It is s^3 where s is the length of any edge.
Assuming the shape is a rectangular prism, its volume is 2*3*2 = 12 cm3
A rectangle is a 2-dimensional object and cannot have a volume, which is a 3-dimensional concept. The volume of the rectangular prism or cuboid, whose dimensions are 4 by 5 by 3 is 4*5*3 = 60 cubic units.
It is 180 square feet.
2*3*4 = 24 cm3