A square box has a volume of 64 cubic inches. What's its perimeter?
I presume that the box is more than "square", that it is in fact a cube - 1 metre along all sides. The volume of such a box is 1 cubic metre. The area of the base of such a box is 1 square metre. If the height is anything other than 1 metre, multiply the height in metres by 1 and you will get the volume in cubic metres.
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No, it would be measured in cubic feet.
Your dimensions are for a square. You need one more dimension for a box.
96cm3/ 32cm2 = 3cm
If its final shape is a cube, its volume would be 9.261 cm^3.
Volume = base x height Volume = 50 in2 x 12 in Volume = 600 in3
The volume is the base times the height so if you know the mase and the volume youdivide the volume by the base area and get the height.96 / 32 = 3The box is three centimeters high.
6 x 6 x 6 = 216 inches.
If the volume of the smaller rectangular box is 27 in3, what is the volume of the larger rectangular box?
A 20-foot square box has a volume of about 226.534 cubic meters.
Since the depth of the box is unknown, it is impossible to calculate the volume of the box.
A square is a two-dimensional figure; it has no "volume".
A square only has area, not volume.
Since a square is a 2 dimensional object, it does not have a volume. You can however calculate the area of a square = length x width. Squares are also very useful in trigonometry. However, you can calculate the volume of a cube (6 squares arranged edge to edge to form a box) The volume of a cube = length x width x height
Find the volume of the box by using the measurments given; use the equation: V=L*B*H The volume of the closed box is the same as the volume of the open box. The difference is just that the open box has no top.
A box with a volume of 5,184 cubic inches has an equivalent volume of 0.11 cubic yards.
Area is length multiplied by the height, while volume ads a third variable for width. In other words, area is just a flat 2D square, where as volume is a whole 3D box.
Volume of a square = length*width*height
== ==1250347 because my calculus book tells me so
The volume of a 12" x 8" x 6" box is 576 cubic inches.