Q: What are units for a box 13cm x 13cm x 3cm?

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Volume = (length) x (width) x (height)A cube has all 3 dimensions equal.Volume = (3cm) x (3cm) x (3cm) = 27 cm3

A 16cm x 13cm rectangle is approximately 6.3 inches x 5.1 inches.

52cm2

(3cm)2 x pi = 28.274 cm2

3 x 3 x 2 = 18

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Volume = (length) x (width) x (height)A cube has all 3 dimensions equal.Volume = (3cm) x (3cm) x (3cm) = 27 cm3

A 16cm x 13cm rectangle is approximately 6.3 inches x 5.1 inches.

3cm x 6cm x 1cm = 18 cm3

1*5*6 = 30 m3

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To calculate the volume of a rectangular prism, you multiply the length, width, and height together. In this case, the volume would be 2cm x 3cm x 5cm = 30 cubic centimeters. The units for volume are always cubed (cm^3) because you are measuring in three dimensions.

52cm2

circumference = pi x diameter = 3.1416 x 3cm = 9.42cm (approx)

if you have a box that is 9cm long and 3cm wide then you would say width + length + width + length because the side opposite from 3cm is also 3cm and the side opposite 9cm is also 9cm. so you would add: 9cm+9cm+3cm+3cm = 24cm if you have a box that is 9cm long and 3cm wide then you would say width + length + width + length because the side opposite from 3cm is also 3cm and the side opposite 9cm is also 9cm. so you would add: 9cm+9cm+3cm+3cm = 24cm

3 x 3 x 2 = 18 cubic units.