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There are infinitely many rectangular prisms with a volume of 24 cm3.

Consider the following rectangular prims, with length, bredth and heights in cms:

(1,1,24), (1,10,2.4), (1,100,0.24), (1,1000,0.024), etc

and

(10,10,0.24), (10,100,0.024) and higher multiples of 10.

You could go through multiples of 2,3,4,5 etc.

and multiples of Irrational Numbers: (pi, 2*pi,12/pi2), for example.

Q: What are 3 rectangular prisms that have the volume of 24cm3?

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2 cm x 4 cm x 3 cm = 24cm3

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Volume of a rectangular prism = lenght*width*height. So 8 * 3 * 10 = 240 cm3

They are both 3 dimensional objects and their volume is worked by cross-section area times length

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Only one.

No, rectangular prisms are 3 dimensional and rectangles are only 2 dimensional.

Density = Mass/Volume = 112/24 gcm-3 = 4.667 gcm-3

a box, a computer, and a speaker

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If the ratio of the dimensions of the larger prism to the smaller prism is r then the ratio of their volumes is r^3.

All prisms have at least 3. They all have 2 identical polygonal faces which are linked by as many rectangular faces as they have edges.

They are cuboids - brick shaped objects. It has six rectangular faces and these come in 3 parallel and congruent pairs.

2 cm x 4 cm x 3 cm = 24cm3

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64 (16*24*12)/(6*4*3)=64

There are lots of 3 dimensional shapes, like spheres, cubes, rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, pyramids, tetrahedrons, the list could go on forever.