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Q: How do you find the volume of a parallelepiped?

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find the volume of the largest pyramid which can be cut from a rectangular parallelepiped whose edges are 2in. by 3in. by 4in. discuss fully

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A rectangle is one of the six faces of a cuboid (a rectangular parallelepiped). The area of a rectangle 4m long and 2m wide is 8m2. Multiply this by the thickness (or depth) of the cuboid to obtain its volume.

A prism whose bases are parallelogram

A 3d parallelogram is called a "Parallelepiped"

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When it is a 90o angled block then multiply all LxWxH (and all in cm) to find the volume in cm3.However when it is a parallelepiped*), then calculation needs also the three corner angles been given.If a, b, and c are the parallelepiped edge lengths, and α, β, and γ are the internal angles between the edges, the volume is:V = a.b.c.SQRT[1 + 2cos(α).cos(β).cos(γ) - cos2(α).cos2(β).cos2(γ)]*) a parallelepiped is a three-dimensional figure formed by six parallelograms, sometimesthe term rhomboid is used with this meaning)

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I presume you mean a rectangular prism. Assuming all the angles are right angles, so that it is a rectangular parallelepiped, the volume is just the product of the three dimensions. I get 90.

It is a parallelepiped.

A rectangle is one of the six faces of a cuboid (a rectangular parallelepiped). The area of a rectangle 4m long and 2m wide is 8m2. Multiply this by the thickness (or depth) of the cuboid to obtain its volume.

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