Volume = 4/3*pi*153 Volume = 4500*pi cubic cm
5cm x 3cm x 15cm = 225 cm3
The formula for the area of a hexagon is 3/2 (square root of 3) side length squared. This gives the area as 93.53 square centimeters, and the volume is then 1402.95 cubic centimeters.
The volume of a region of space with those dimensions is 15 x 8 x 5 = 600 cubic centimeters, regardless of what's in it. Even if it's empty.
0.13m is equal to 13cm. So between the 12cm and the 14cm segments :)
2*15*10 = 300 cubic cm
If you mean the volume of a cylinder then it is:- Volume = pi*32*15 = 424.115 cubic cm to 3 decimal places
15 centimeters = 150 millimeters.
15 centimeters is 5.91 inches.
1cm = 10mm => 150mm = 15cm
15 centimeters is 0.15 meters.
The volume is 1,767 cm3
The surface area of a box 15cm x 12cm x 8 cm is 2 times 15cm times 12cm, plus 2 times 15cm times 8 cm, plus 2 time 12cm times 8 cm, or 792cm2. However, this is only the surface area - the actual wrapping paper required would depend on the method of wrapping and how much overlap is desired. Since you would not want to splice the paper, you certainly would need more that 792cm2 but, again, that depends on your wrapping style.
15cm = 150mm !
a 15cm long ruler
Yes, i would guess about 15cm
15cm = 0.49ft (5.90in)
There are 60,000 m3 in a 15cm deep plot with an area of 40 hectares.