You cannot. There is not enough information.
The formula will depend on what it is that you are trying to find: the volume or the surface area.
If the prism is a rectangular parallelepiped (that is, all the angles are right angles), just add the squares of the 3 dimensions (length, width, and height) together, and take the square root. This involves 2 applications of the Pythagorean Theorem.
The formula for calculating the volume of a cuboid is width x length x height
The volume of any right prism (the floor and ceiling are identical in shape) = Base area * heightSA = BA + LASA = BA + phLA=ph
you first need to find the length, width, and height. then you multiply all those numbers together, and you have your answer.
You can't tell the dimensions of a rectangle from its area, or the dimensions of a prism from its volume.
Just knowing the volume in centimeters cubed of a rectangular prism would not allow you to find the dimensions.
your going to have to guess!
Volume of a Rectangular Prism The volume of a rectangular prism can be found by the formula: volume=length*width*height
By measuring them!
You cannot. It could be a long narrow prism or a short squat one and the volume alone does not tell you which one of these shapes - or something in between - the prism has.
The answer depends on what information you have been provided with. If you have only the linear dimensions then it is: Length * Breadth * Height
The answer depends on what information you have been provided with. If you have only the linear dimensions then it is:Length * Breadth * Height
Volume of rectangular prism = area of base x height
To find the volume on a rectangular prism, the equaton is: length*width*height
-- Measure the length, width, and height of the prism. -- Multiply the three numbers. The result is the volume of the prism.