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Q: Volume of a book with 10cm width length 2 times the weight and a height that is half the width?

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Volume

It's width times it's height times it's length.

One half base times height (of the triangular section) times length.

The volume becomes 12 times as large.

Length times width times height(length * width * height or L * W * H) but only if it is like a box or cube of some sort which I believe it is because you said "3D". A 2 dimensional or 2D rectangle can not have a volume.

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No, there is confusion here over similar words. Volume = length times width times height.

Volume = Length time width times height.

Volume

Density is weight divided by volume. In the case of a rectangular solid, volume is length times width times height.

Length times width times height = volume.

You do length times width times height and that is how you get your answer to the volume.

Length times width times height = volume Or area times height = volume

Length times width times height.

Length times width times height

Find the volume of the sample (Length times width times height) and multipy by the density coefficient.

volume The 'Volume' of an object or space

Length times width times height = volume or Volume could be the intensity of sound.

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