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An old train engine is 45 feet in Length, 7 feet in width and reaches 15 feet in height.

If you only have square feet, you won't be able to find the height, unless you're mistaking height for length. Area in square feet of a quadrilateral is width times length. To find the length, divide the area by the width.

That depends on the height, and even with a certain height, there are still an infinite number of possible combinations of length and width. Whatever the height is, the product of (length x width) will be (18.2 divided by the height).

Square feet = length by width ONLY Cubic feet = length by width by height Square feet = 16 x 16 = 256 square feet Cubic feet = 16 x 16 x 16 = 4096 cubic feet

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An old train engine is 45 feet in Length, 7 feet in width and reaches 15 feet in height.

If you only have square feet, you won't be able to find the height, unless you're mistaking height for length. Area in square feet of a quadrilateral is width times length. To find the length, divide the area by the width.

That depends on the height, and even with a certain height, there are still an infinite number of possible combinations of length and width. Whatever the height is, the product of (length x width) will be (18.2 divided by the height).

To find the cubic feet in a 48-foot trailer, you would multiply the length, width, and height of the trailer. If the trailer has a standard height of 8 feet and width of 8 feet, then the calculation would be: 48 (length) x 8 (width) x 8 (height) = 3,072 cubic feet.

Depends on length ,width and height.

189 feet

Square feet = length by width ONLY Cubic feet = length by width by height Square feet = 16 x 16 = 256 square feet Cubic feet = 16 x 16 x 16 = 4096 cubic feet

4.4 million square feet. The height is about 1450 feet tall.

First, you must multiply the length by the width (10x4) and you will get 40 feet. Then you multiply the 40 feet by the height (40x1.7) to get an answer of 68 cubed feet.

volume equals length times width times height = 33 x 24 x 24

You measure length, width and height.

You are describing a cuboid, not a rectangle. A rectangle has only two diminutions, length and width.