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# How do you find the volume of a rectangular box if you were given the areas of three sides length width and height the areas are r s and t?

Updated: 4/28/2022 Wiki User

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let t be the area of the top s be the area of the side and f be the area of the front L=length W=width H=height s=WxH t=LxW f=LxH To find the volume we need L X W X H=(t/w)(s/h)(f/l)=tsf/Volume of the box So the volume squared = tsf which we are given and we just need to take the square root of that. So your answer is squareroot (rst)=volume of the box. Wiki User

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