Q: How do you find volume in a rectangle?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

If you are trying to find the ratio of the lengths of two similar rectangles, divide the length of one side of one rectangle by the corresponding side length of the other rectangle. To find the ratio between their volumes, divide the volume of one rectangle by the volume the other rectangle. To find volume, multiply the width of the rectangle by the length of the rectangle.

To calculate the volume of a rectangle, you must multiply the length, the width, and the height--so the volume depends on the dimensions.

To find out the volume of a rectangle is just multiply length x height x width

multiply the length by the width by the height

To find the volume, you multiply the length times width times height. example length:4 width:5 height:2 4x5=20, 20x2=40. Your answer would be 40.

Related questions

The volume of a rectangle is 0. It is a 2-dimensional object and so has no volume.

If you are trying to find the ratio of the lengths of two similar rectangles, divide the length of one side of one rectangle by the corresponding side length of the other rectangle. To find the ratio between their volumes, divide the volume of one rectangle by the volume the other rectangle. To find volume, multiply the width of the rectangle by the length of the rectangle.

To calculate the volume of a rectangle, you must multiply the length, the width, and the height--so the volume depends on the dimensions.

To find out the volume of a rectangle is just multiply length x height x width

Volume = Length *Breadth*Height

Density = Mass/Volume So for a rectangle, find its mass, then its volume (using length x height x depth).

Volume divided by Height.

A rectangle cannot have a volume. Only 3-dimensional objects (solids) can have volumes. A rectangle is a 2-dimensional object - or a plane figure.

rectangle and octahedron

volume of a rectangular prism = length * width * height

volume/height=base area.

Volume=length x width x height V=LWH