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.
160 square meters.
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160 cubic centimeters
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.
It is the cube which has a volume of 64 cubic meters whereas the rectangular solid has a volume of 32 cubic meters
4 meters times 4 meters = 16 square meters
To find total area of a room, you multiply the room's dimensions. So if you have a room that is 4 meters by 5 meters, you would multiply the two to find total square meters. Which in this case would be 20 square meters.
4*6=24 the answer is 24
A room that is 12 square meters is 3 meters by 4 meters in size, or about 3.46 meters square.
You have a cube with a volume of 64 cubic meters. The volume of a cube is V=sÃ‚Â³, where s is the length of a side of the cube. 4Ãƒâ€”4Ãƒâ€”4=64, so the cube is 4 meters on a side.You now have a cylinder that fits inside that cube. That means that it is 4 meters high and has a diameter on the base of 4 meters, giving it a radius of 2 meters. The volume of a cylinder is V=Ãâ‚¬rÃ‚Â²h, where r is the radius and h is the height. That works out to Ãâ‚¬Ãƒâ€”2Ã‚Â²Ãƒâ€”4 = 16Ãâ‚¬, or about 50.265 cubic meters.
The volume of a sphere is given by the formula V = 4/3(pi)R^3. So a sphere of radius 4 meters would have a volume of 4/3(pi)(4^3) = 256(pi)/3, or approximately 268 cubic meters.
4 meters x 3 meters = 12 square meters.
The volume of 4 meters by 2 meters by 12 centimeters is 4 meters x 2 meters x 0.12 meters, or 0.96 cubic meters. That's just a bit less than a cubic meter.
8*4*5 = 160 cubic metres.
24 cubic metres
You cannot. 4 meters is a measurement of distance and cubic meter is a measurement of volume.
An example room measuring 4 metres by 3 metres: 4 x 3 = 12 square metres.
4*5 = 20 square meters
Volume of a sphere = 4/3*pi*radius3 Volume = 4/3*pi*93 = 3053.628 cubic meters to 3 dp
The volume is of course 4 cubic meters.