Q: What does length times height equal?

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Volume

volume is equal to length x breadth x height

height x base length. The area of a parallelogram is equal to the length of the base times the shortest distance to the opposite side.

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

multiply length times height times width

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Base times height tims width equal to length

Indeed there is a relationship. Density is equal to the mass divided by the volume (height times width times length). So, height is equal to mass divided by (height times length times width) or H= M/(HLW)

Volume

For a cuboid it gives its volume.

volume The 'Volume' of an object or space

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

base times height divided by 2

Yes, a square prism's height, length, and width are equal.

No! Length squared will be the length times the length again. Length times height is going to find the area so it will not be the same.

A rectangle is a good, simple shape to begin with. The area of a rectangle is equal to the product of the length of its base and the length of its height. The height is a segment that is perpendicular to the base. For a rectangle, the base and height are often called the "length" and the "width", and sometimes the height is referred to as the "altitude."

volume is equal to length x breadth x height

Its area is equal to its length, multiplied by its height