Q: What is the volume of 3 blocks wide 2 blocks long 2 block high?

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That depends on the size of the blocks. If each block is 1 foot long, then there would be 50 blocks, if however, each block is 2 feet long, there would be 25 blocks. Just divide 50 by the size of each block.

It matters how long the blocks are. It matters how long each block is.

volume=10 multiplied by 7 and 5=350 cubic cm

8x5x7=280 add the units so answer is 280cm

Volume for this block is Length x Width x Height = (5.4 cm ) * (3.4 cm ) * (0.52 cm ) = 9.5472 cubic centimeters

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30 cm3

Volume of block: 50*25*16 = 20,000 cubic cm

That depends on the size of the blocks. If each block is 1 foot long, then there would be 50 blocks, if however, each block is 2 feet long, there would be 25 blocks. Just divide 50 by the size of each block.

It matters how long the blocks are. It matters how long each block is.

The equation for the volume of a rectangular prism (such as a block of ice) is height times width times depth. That would make the volume of this block of ice is 9 meters cubed.

volume=10 multiplied by 7 and 5=350 cubic cm

A block is one cubic metre, one kilometre is 1,000 blocks long.

Volume is calculated by LWH = 84. If you want Density, it is calculated by mass/volume => 24/84 =0.285 g/cm^3

1 x 2 x 3 = 6 The volume of the block is 6 cubic meters

8x5x7=280 add the units so answer is 280cm

16 Houston blocks

Traditional Concrete Masonry Unit (CMU) Blocks have 2 rectangular voids through the block. These voids are called "Cells". The face shell thickness is the thickness of the block material from the cell to the front of the block. For example, a typical block of dimensions 8"high by 8"deep by 16" long probably has a face shell thickness of 1.25".