Q: How many cubic meters in a rectangular solid 5cm long 4cm wide and 3cm high?

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It is the cube which has a volume of 64 cubic meters whereas the rectangular solid has a volume of 32 cubic meters

To get the volume of a rectangular solid, multiply height times length times width- or 5x3x2. That is 30 cubic meters.

For a cuboid, Volume = Length * Width * Height = 0.25*6.1*4.9 = 7.4725 m3

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Vol = 5*11*14 = 770 cubic units.

It is: 0.25*6.1*4.9 = 7.4725 cubic m

The question itself is already in meters so there's no need for conversion factors.The formula of a volume is length x width x height.v=lwhjust plug in what you have..25m=length6.1m=width4.9m=heightv=(.25m)(6.1m)(4.9m)v=7.5m^3The answer is approximately 7.5 cubic meters.

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Assumed correctly, a rectangular solid that's dimensions are 0.25m x 6.1m x 4.9m has a volume of 7.4725 cu.m. We are not sure of the existence of any formula for rctanglar soilds.

A rectangular container with a square base of 2.4 meters on each sideand height of 0.5 meters has capacity of2.4 x 2.4 x 0.5 = 2.88 cubic meters = 2,880 liters.

The answer is 27 Cubic meters. (3 meters long X 3 meters wide X 3 meters high = 27 cubic meters.)

The volume of a cylinder 2.1 meters in diameter and 2.3 meters high is 7.97 cubic meters.