Q: What is the volume of a prism whose dimensions are 2cm x 4cm x 3cm?

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8 cm3 i hope this isn't for your homework

10x4x2= 80cm cube

height of triangle - 2cmbase of triangle - 10cmlength of prism - 10cmRemember, this is just one example I made up off the top of my head. There are plenty of others.

Volume = 2cm x 2 cm x 2 cm = 8 cm^(3).

Volume = 6*3*2 = 36 cubic cm

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8 cm3 i hope this isn't for your homework

2x3x2=12cm3

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the most typical dimensions would be 2cm x 3cm X 3cm

A rectangular prism that measures 8.2cm 5cm and 2cm has a volume of 82cm3

The volume is 3cm * 2cm * 5cm = 30 cm3. The density will depend on the mass of the prism which will depend on the material that the prism is made from.

A 2*2*2*2 has a triangular cross-section that has sides of 2 cm each. The area of cross section is sqrt(3). So the volume of the prism = 2*sqrt(3) = 3.464 cc (approx)

10x4x2= 80cm cube

The volume of a rectangle requires 2 dimensions. Length (L), Height (H), and Width (W). To get the volume, just multiply the 3. Volume of rectangle = L x H x W The order does not matter, but watch out for dimensions. A box that is 2cm x 2cm x 2cm has a volume of 8cm^3 (cm cubed) A box that is 2mm x 2cm x 2cm will require conversions so they all have the same units.

height of triangle - 2cmbase of triangle - 10cmlength of prism - 10cmRemember, this is just one example I made up off the top of my head. There are plenty of others.