160 square meters.
160 cubic centimeters
Calculate the volume of the room. Volume = length in meters times width in meters times height in meters. That are cubic meters.
That is the volume of a medium sized room. Imagine a room that has 4 meters by 4 meters of floor space (equivalent to a bit over 13 feet by 13 feet) and is 3 meters (or 10 feet) high; that gives a volume of 48 cubic meters for the room.
volume = width x length x height (for a rectangular object) = 5 m x 7 m x 10 m = 350 m3
a volume can be measured in meters cubed (m3), centimeters cubed (cm3) or other measurings. A room's volume would probably be measured in meters cubed.
Not enough information. A room normally has the shape of a rectangular block; if that is the case, you can calculate its volume by multiplying length x width x height.
If the width is 4 meters and the length is 5 meters, then the floor is 20 square meters. If you meant the volume of the room in cubic meters, then you multiply the area of the floor, 20, by the height, 2.5. The answer is 50 cubic meters.
Some rooms have more, some have less.Here's how to calculate the volume of your own room:-- Measure the length of the room in meters.-- Measure the width of the room in meters.-- Measure the height of the room in meters.-- Calculate the product of all three numbers.-- Multiply the product by 1,000.-- The last number is the room's volume in liters.
Room volume: 10*24*30 = 7,200 cubic feet
How many square meters are there in a room which is eight meters long and six meters wide?
The volume would be 18m3. 3x2x3 = 18
Meters per mole -MLB
This would be measured in cubic meters.
The volume of such a room is 480 cubic feet.
It is: 9.65*4.5*3.0 = 130.275 cubic m