Length x width x height equals volume.* * * * *But only if the object in question is a cuboid (rectangular prism). Length*Width*Height for a sphere, for example, does not equal its volume.
You really should know how to answer that question.Volume = (length) x (width) x (height) .Length = (volume) / (width x height)Width = (volume) / (length x height)Height = (volume) / (length x width)
Length times width times height
Length times width times height = volume.
Base times height tims width equal to length
length times height times width; in case of a cube length, width and height are equal
For a cuboid it gives its volume.
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 The 'Volume' of an object or space
Yes, a square prism's height, length, and width are equal.
Volume = Length time width times height.
Length times width is a mathematical formula. Length× width=area
it's V=LxWxH (volume is equal to length times width times height)
To calculate volume simply do length x width x height
multiply length times height times width