Q: What is l times w times height equal volume?

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V= l * w * h since A= l * w V= A * h therefore h= V/A

the volume (v) is the product of the length (l), width (w) and height (h), v = l x w x h to get the width, divide both sides by length and height, to get w = v / (l x h)

Since the Volume=Length x Width x Height (or V=L x W x H), then L= V / (W x H). Length=Volume divided by <Width x Height>

The volume of a cube is Length (l) x Breadth (b) x Height (h). Because a cube is equal on all sides, this means that for a volume of 27 m3, the side length has to be 3 meters, because 3x3x3=27.

Length*Width*Height. Nice try, but that would be the volume. The question asked for the area. Here is the correct answer: Area = (2 X length X width) + (2 X (length + width) X height) * * * * * or equivalently, 2*(L*W + W*H + H*L) I think that is easier to remember.

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Area is l (length) x w (width), Volume is measured with l (length) x w (width) x h (height).

The volume of a rectangular object is equal to Length times Width times Height.

Assuming the box is a regular cuboid shape then its volume is equal to the length times the width times the height. So if we let l equal length then:volume = l * 21 * 13.8258 = l * 289.8l = 258/289.8l = 0.890cm (to 3 decimal places only).

l times width times height

V = L*W*H. "volume is length times width times height"

volume is length times width times height v=l x w x h

If its length is l and its width is w and its height is h, its volume is l x w x h. (length times width times hight)

L*W*H = the volume of an object. like a cube or a box

B x L x W. base times lenght times height.

The term cubic applies to cubes, cuboids, and other parallelograms, which have 3 dimensions - length, width, and height for example. To find the volume, multiply the length times the width times the height in any consistent units. The formula is L x W x H.

V= l * w * h since A= l * w V= A * h therefore h= V/A

volume=length times the width times the height or V=L x W x H