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Does a point have length and width but no height?

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No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.

No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.

No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.

No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.

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No. It has NO length, NO width, NO height. Only a position.

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No, a point has no length, width, or height and thus has no dimensions. It is defined by a set of coordinates, but itself has no dimensions. A line has length but no width or height, and thus has 1 dimension. a plane has length and width, but no height, and thus has 2 dimensions. a space has length, width and height, and thus has 3 dimensions.


"A point has no magnitude" so yes.



None of the above. A point only has a set of coordinates like (2,3).A point has no length, no width, no height, no dimension of any kind.A point has nothing but location.


No. A point has none of those.


height*length*width = volume Divide both sides by length*width to find the height: height = volume divided by length*width


You multiply the width or length by the the height.


A geometric "point" has no dimensions at all. It only marks a location, but it has no length, width, or height.


You really should know how to answer that question.Volume = (length) x (width) x (height) .Length = (volume) / (width x height)Width = (volume) / (length x height)Height = (volume) / (length x width)


volume = length*height*width Rearrange the formula: length = volume/height*width


You measure the height, width, and length.


Volume = Length x Width x Height. If the prism is square, then either Height = Width or Height = Length In the first case, Volume = Length x Width2 and so Width = sqrt(Volume/Length) and Height = Width. In the second case, Volume = Length2 x Width and so Width = Volume/Length2 and Height = Length.


All solid figures have length, width and height and, conversely, if a figure has length, width and height then it is a solid figure.


A point has no length, width, height, mass, area, volume, weight, shape, color, odor, or taste.


It is a 3 dimensional figure that has length, width and height.


0. A point has 0 dimensions, no length, width nor height.


Length (breadth, width or height are also used).Length (breadth, width or height are also used).Length (breadth, width or height are also used).Length (breadth, width or height are also used).


The zeroth dimension is a point without a length, width, or a height.



You cannot. If you have the length, width and height you can work out the volume - if your object is a cuboid. But given a volume you cannot work out length, width and height.


Volume = (length) x (width) x (height)Divide each side of this formula by (length) x (width).Then you have:Height = Volume/(length x width)


what is the height and width and length of a biblie


volume is the width, height, and length multiplied all together.


You cannot. In general, width and height place no restriction on length.


They are generally ordered by Length x Width x Height.



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