Length by width by height
length x width x height = volume
volume = length*height*width Rearrange the formula: length = volume/height*width
height*length*width = volume Divide both sides by length*width to find the height: height = volume divided by length*width
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)
V = length x width x height
Volume = Length x Width x Height. If the prism is square, then either Height = Width or Height = Length In the first case, Volume = Length x Width2 and so Width = sqrt(Volume/Length) and Height = Width. In the second case, Volume = Length2 x Width and so Width = Volume/Length2 and Height = Length.
You cannot. If you have the length, width and height you can work out the volume - if your object is a cuboid. But given a volume you cannot work out length, width and height.
The formula for volume is length x width x height = volume. So if you take the volume and divide it by the length and width it should give you the height.
volume is the width, height, and length multiplied all together.
Volume = Length time width times height.
Volume = Length x Width x Height So Height = Volume / (Length x Width)
You multiply them together. Length x Width X Height = Volume.
If it is a cubical block, the volume is simply length x height x width.
Volume of a rectangular block is: length*width*height. Use consistent units.
It's width times it's height times it's length.
Multiply the height, width and breadth: height x width x breadth = volume of a block
A ruler. Measure the length, width, and height. Then multiply the three of the to get the volume. Equation: V=LxWxH V=Volume L=Length W=Width H=Heigtht x=multiply Example: A block of wood has a length of 4, a height of 2, and a width of 3. What is the volume? 4x2x3=24
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 have to know that [ Volume = (length) x (width) x (height) ]. Then, you can divide each side of that equation by (length x height), and you wind up with Width = Volume/(length x height)
Volume = (length) x (width) x (height)Divide each side of this formula by (length) x (width).Then you have:Height = Volume/(length x width)
You cannot: given only the volume, there is no way to determine the length, or width or height. If you double the length and halve the width you would still have the same volume.
Volume = Length * Height * Width That equation can be rearranged to: Width = Volume/(Length * Height) This answer will only work for a cuboid (or a cube) and not any other 3d shape.
A solid is a 3 dimensional object having length, width and height. Its volume measured in cubic units is length*width*height
If volume can be provided then by using width, and height length can be found