I presume the tunnel has an arch shaped cross-section with a semicircle on top of a rectangle.
In this case the volume of the tunnel is the volume of the cuboid bottom plus the volume of half cylinder which forms the top.
The volume of the half cylindrical top is ½πr²h = ½ × π × (6m)² × 25m = 450π m³
The volume of the cuboid is length × width × height.
The length is 25m.
The width is the diameter of the top half cylinder which is twice the radius at 2 x 6m = 12 m.
The height is not clear. I am going to presume it is to the top of the arch, so that the height of the cuboid is the height less the radius of the cylinder, namely 7m - 6m = 1m.
Thus the volume of the cuboid bit is 25m x 12m x 1m = 300 m³
Thus the volume of the tunnel as a whole is 300 m³ + 450π m³ ≈ 1713.72 m³
(If the 7m height refers to the height of the vertical walls, then the volume of the cuboid is 25m x 12m x 7m = 2100 m³ and the volume of the tunnel is 2100 m³ + 450π m³ ≈ 3513.72 m³.)
144 cubic metres. To find the area of a cube, you multiply length times width times height. Thus, 6*6*4=144
perimeter = 4*7 = 28 meters
In normal swimming pools One Length = 25meters Two Length = 50meters Four Lengths = 100 meters
It is 48 square metres.
A normal swimming pool is 25meters, an olympic pool is 50 meters.
Length by height.Addition:About artworks it is always height by length.
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The height is the length of its altitude.
it is 4 yards
what is the height and width and length of a biblie
height*length*width = volume Divide both sides by length*width to find the height: height = volume divided by length*width
there are 5. 1-length/height 2-Width and length/height 3-length and height and volume 4-Space and length and height and volume 5-Time and Space and Length and width and volume
You multiply the width or length by the the height.
height 150cm arm length 62cm
Length is how long something is. Height is how tall something is.
You really should know how to answer that question.Volume = (length) x (width) x (height) .Length = (volume) / (width x height)Width = (volume) / (length x height)Height = (volume) / (length x width)
volume = length*height*width Rearrange the formula: length = volume/height*width
You measure the height, width, and length.
The ramps length is twice the height. Mechanical advantage is the length of ramp divide by the height of inclined ramp (2=Length/height).
All solid figures have length, width and height and, conversely, if a figure has length, width and height then it is a solid figure.
No! Length squared will be the length times the length again. Length times height is going to find the area so it will not be the same.
Length : 6,016 feet (1833 m)Height : ?
The length of one arm is about 40% of your height