Q: Where can you find the volume of a cereal box?

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Three dimensions are required for volume

You need to multiply the length, width, and height.

Cause the volume a box is wider than the volume of a cone and when we use shaped cone the cereal wont fit in

a cereal box usually has 6 faces, if it is a rectangular prism.

Width x Length x Height = Volume.

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Three dimensions are required for volume

You need to multiply the length, width, and height.

Cause the volume a box is wider than the volume of a cone and when we use shaped cone the cereal wont fit in

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Tony

using volume length times base times height

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Cereal dust, unless you are asking something more profound . . .?

you might find a toy or crumbs ----Jkolpie

you might find a toy or crumbs ----Jkolpie

A can of soup is mostly water, which is pretty dense. A box of cereal is mostly air (I'm thinking rice crispies or corn pops), which is far less dense than water. But what you should do to prove it is get a box of cereal and measure its dimensions. Multiply the dimensions -- length, width, and height -- to determine its volume. Divide the box's net weight by the volume to determine its weight density. Then get a box or can of College Inn chicken broth. (For some reason, College Inn chicken broth is packaged by net weight instead of by volume in fluid ounces.) Divide the net weight by the package's volume to determine its weight density. Then compare the two.

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