Geometry

# How do you find the value of a rectangular prism?

The answer depends on the quality of the material used for the prism.

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To find the volume of a rectangular prism, multiply the length of that prism by the width and height of that prism.

a rectangular prism is like a tissue box.

width*height*length=perimeter of a rectangular prism! :)

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Volume of a rectangular prism is length x height x width.

Volume of a Rectangular Prism The volume of a rectangular prism can be found by the formula: volume=length*width*height

Rectangular prism = 6Triangular prism = 5 Triangular pyramid = 4 Rectangular prism: it is still 6 Rectangular pyramid = 5.

Just knowing the volume in centimeters cubed of a rectangular prism would not allow you to find the dimensions.

The base of a rectangular prism is a rectangle. The area of a rectangle is length times width.

Rectangular prism = 6 rectangular faces.

a triangular prism is different from a rectangular prism because: their names are different a triangular prism has a triangle for its' base a rectangular prism has a rectangle base a triangular prism has less sides than a rectangular prism a rectangular prism has more sides than a triangular prism

Triangular prism - 6 Rectangular prism - 8 Rectangular pyramid - 5 Square pyramid - 5 Answer: Rectangular prism

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Divide the shapes, so you're left with a triangular prism, and a rectangular prism. Calculate the slope of the triangle as per usual.

No, a cube is a cube and a rectangular prism is a rectangular prism. They are two different shapes.

surface area of a rectangular prism is the formula: 2lw+2wh+2lh

A rectangular prism can have 12 edges, but not every shape with 12 edges is a rectangular prism.

A cube is a special case of a rectangular prism. It is a rectangular prism with all sides equal.

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