Just knowing the volume in centimeters cubed of a rectangular prism would not allow you to find the dimensions.
Depends on the dimensions of the prism, and how large of cubes they are.
To find the area of any rectangular prism, multiply each dimension.
There is no limit to the number of cubes which can be arranged on top of a rectangular prism.
A rectangular prism that is 4 cubes by 2 cubes is made up of 8 cubes.
It depends on the dimensions of the rectangular prism.
Your "rectangular prism" is that by description but your dimensions for it show it to a Cube of volume = 1 inch3.
A rectangular prism has 3 dimensions. Whereas the rectangle has only 2 dimensions.
A rectangular prism has two bases, each of which is a rectangle, and four rectangular sides. The 12 cubes are the same as the rectangular prisms, except that each of the rectangles is a square.
You can't tell the dimensions of a rectangle from its area, or the dimensions of a prism from its volume.
Put all the cubes in a line.
There are three pairs of faces of a rectangular prism, each pair has the same dimensions.
All of them are.
2x3x5=30 The volume of a rectangular prism is 30 feet.
The area of a rectangular prism is length x width x height.
The dimensions are the length width and height of the prism. So if the prism is halfed then you would have to cut the dimensions in half depending on where the prism was cut.
The answer is the number of inch cubes used in the construction.
The answer obviously depends on the size of the prism!
The answer depends on their relative dimensions.
Presumably a rectangular prism is the same as a rectangle prism with maybe different dimensions
Every rectangular prism has. That includes cubes.
no, but a cube is a rectangular prism... Remember this, a square is a rectangle but a rectangle is never a square!
The answer depends on how large the prism is.
It is a rectangular prism