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How many cubes would it take to make a model of a rectangular prism that is 3 units long × 2 units wide × 4 units high? *

Q: How many cubes would it take to make a model of a rectangular prism that is 3 units long 2 units wide 4 units high?

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The total surface area of a rectangular prism with length L, breadth B and height H, is2*(LB + BH + HL) square units.

300 cubic units.

You get units cubed, or cubic units, for a rectangular prism.

Assuming that the prism is a rectangular prism, even though there is no justification for making that assumption, the answer is 488 square units of length.

If the shape is a rectangular prism (cuboid), the volume is 6*4*5 = 120 cubic units.

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A rectangular prism that is 6 units by 4 units by 2 units has a volume of 48 cubic units.

A rectangular prism with sides of 6 and 4 and 5 units has a volume of 120 cubic units.

In any case, the perimeter of a rectangular prism of length L units, width W units and height H units, is 4*(L + W + H) units

2*2*2 = 8 cubes.

Yes it is measured in cubic units

Volume = (length) x (width) x (height)

The volume of a rectangular prism is base*height*length in cubic units

The total surface area of a rectangular prism with length L, breadth B and height H, is2*(LB + BH + HL) square units.

300 cubic units.