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You CAN'T calculate the height of something, just by knowing its width.

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Call the width x and the height y. Then expressing the area in function of x and y gives: x*y=40 or y=40/x It is now possible to choose any width (x) and calculate the height (y) needed to get an area of 40.

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What is the algebraic expression that describes the height y if x is the width?

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x, y, zx,y,z refers to the axes of 3 dimensional space. So normally, when drawing in 2 dimensional space you are drawing on the x,y plane. In this case that would mean x would be the width, y would be the height, and z would be into, or out of the 2 dimensional page, which translates to depth. So, when looking at what is considered the front of the object it would be width(x), height(y), depth(z).

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Is a rectangle two dimensional?

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What is the width of a rectangular prism if the volume is 48 cubic meters and its length is twice its width and the height is 4 meters longer than its width?

Let the width of the rectangular prism be y Therefore we can write all the measurements of the rectangular prism in terms of y. width = y length = 2y height = y + 4 Finding the volume of the rectangular prism y x 2y x (y + 4) = 48 2y2(y+4) = 48 y2(y+4) = 24 From this equation, we can see that y must equal 2 (22 x 6 = 24) Therefore the width of the rectangular prism is 2m. Note that in this question, when we got to the equation y2(y+4) = 24, we used 'guess and check' to find that y was. We purposely avoided expanding the bracket as this would have left us with a cubic to solve, which is quite difficult to solve analytically unless you already know one of its roots.

Why is volume measured by cubic units?

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What is the distance called that is represented by the arrow Z?

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