The volume would be reduced by a factor of 64.
The volume of a cube is x3 where x is the side length. Therefore the volume of half a cube would be x3/2. For instance, if the side length of a cube was 2cm, the volume of one half would be 23/2 which comes out at 4cm3
A box of those dimensions would have a volume of 3 x 2 x 2 or 12 cubic feet. If the length is doubled to 6 feet, the depth is doubled to 4 feet and the height remains the same at 2 feet, the volume would then be: 6 x 4 x 2 or 48 cubic feet. The percent change of the increase would be the difference in the volumes, divided by the original volume, multiplied by 100. In this example, the percent increase is 36/12 times 100 or 300%.
The length of each edge would be 43 units. 43^3=79507
You cannot find the volume of a square. You can find the volume of a cube, which is finding the length of one edge of the cube and taking that to the third power, or cubing it.
Length x Breadth x Height
It's the mass divided by its volume. The volume of a rectangular prism is length times width times height. So it would be 100 grams divided by the volume, and that volume = (L*W*H)
The length of the planet's year would be affected.
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.
No, The volume of the cube would be the length multiplied by the length multiplied by the the length. Volume=Length X Length X Length (of a cube) V=L^3 The proof of this involves some work, but I'm assuming you don't want the proof behind this. http://www.math.com/tables/geometry/volumes.htm
345 mm is a measure of length. A measure of density would have units of mass divided by volume.
Volume = width x length x height Width = Volume / length / height So if you had a box with volume 60cm (cubed), height 4cm, and length 5cm, the width would be 60/5/4 = 3 (60/5 = 12 then 12/4=3 - so the width would be 3cm)
Density is simply mass divided by volume, so that would mean either that the object has zero mass, or that it has a huge extension.Density is simply mass divided by volume, so that would mean either that the object has zero mass, or that it has a huge extension.Density is simply mass divided by volume, so that would mean either that the object has zero mass, or that it has a huge extension.Density is simply mass divided by volume, so that would mean either that the object has zero mass, or that it has a huge extension.
When dealing with cubes, we can assume that each side is equal in length. So, to solve for the volume, you would use the formula:Volume = (length of a side)3To find the length of a side of a cube, you would simply take the cube root of the volume.length of a side = cuberoot(Volume) = (Volume)(1/3) = (2744)(1/3) = 14mm
Length times width times height is how you would normally find the volume of a shape.
Length x width x depth = cubic volume
You cannot associate these directly as one is in volume and one is length. Volume is length cubed. If you meant millimetre cubed, then the answer would be 1000.
Each side of the cube would be 15cm in length.