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Q: How many different rectangular prisms with a volume of 11cm3 can you build with centimetre cubes?

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Yes, they can. They can also have the same surface area, but different volume.

The volume of a rectangular prism is its cross-section area times its length.

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Yes, they can. They can also have the same surface area, but different volume.

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Rectangular prisms are shapes which are easy to stack. As a result. many goods are transported in the form of rectangular prisms, or shapes approximating them: eg six packs of cans, ream of printer paper, bundle of newspapers. Furthermore, they are bundled together on palettes, into shipping containers, etc which are also rectangular prisms.

well, they can, but they dont have to be no. :)

Only 1.

They would have to have the same base area, if that's what you mean.

Dimensions are linear measures whereas the volume is a cubic measure.

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.

It depends, can you change the width and the length??

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.

If you double the cross-sectional area and halve the length, you will still have the same volume but the dimensions will be different.

200 cubic feet

One cubic centimetre 'contains' one cubic centimetre A cubic centimetre is a unit of volume

The rectangular prism has a rectangular cross-section; the triangular prism has a triangular cross-section. Any other difference would be related to this fact - for example, differences in the formulae for the surface area, for the volume, etc.

If the volume of the smaller rectangular box is 27 in3, what is the volume of the larger rectangular box?

For different shapes, there are different formulae, to calculate the volume. In the case of a rectangular solid, you simply multiply length, width, and height (all in feet), and ge the volume in cubic feet.For different shapes, there are different formulae, to calculate the volume. In the case of a rectangular solid, you simply multiply length, width, and height (all in feet), and ge the volume in cubic feet.For different shapes, there are different formulae, to calculate the volume. In the case of a rectangular solid, you simply multiply length, width, and height (all in feet), and ge the volume in cubic feet.For different shapes, there are different formulae, to calculate the volume. In the case of a rectangular solid, you simply multiply length, width, and height (all in feet), and ge the volume in cubic feet.

feet^3

Rectangles, being two-dimensional objects, do not have volume. Rectangular prisms, on the other hand, do. The equation for their volume is length*width*height, or lwh.

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