Volume of any prism = cross-section area times length
To find the volume of a rectangular prism, multiply the length of that prism by the width and height of that prism.
Volume of a Rectangular Prism The volume of a rectangular prism can be found by the formula: volume=length*width*height
Volume of a rectangular prism is length x height x width.
If it is a cube (basically a square) or a rectangular prism multiply the top, the length, and the base.
Volume of rectangular prism = area of base x height
To find the volume on a rectangular prism, the equaton is: length*width*height
That depends on the type of prism. For finding the volume of a rectangular prism, multiply the length by the width then by the height.
-- Measure the length, width, and height of the prism. -- Multiply the three numbers. The result is the volume of the prism.
The volume of a rectangular prism is found by; Volume = Length x Width x Height The volume of a triangular prism is found by; Volume = 1/2 x Length x Width x Height Therefore, Length, Width and Height being identical, 1) the volume of a rectangular prism is twice that of a similar triangular prism OR 2) the colume of a triangular prism is half that of a similar rectangular prism.
You can't tell the dimensions of a rectangle from its area, or the dimensions of a prism from its volume.
You divide its mass by its volume.
Just knowing the volume in centimeters cubed of a rectangular prism would not allow you to find the dimensions.
Volume of a rectangular prism = base x height. If volume and height are known, solve for base area by dividing volume by height.
The volume of a rectangular prism is lwh.5(2)(3)=30 cubic inches
The volume of a rectangular prism is base*height*length in cubic units
To find the volume of a rectangular prism, multiply the base, width, and height. If the prism is irregularly shaped, multiply the base and the height.
A rectangular prism has a volume that can be found by multiplying the object's length width and height. To obtain the mass one must also know the density of the object and multiply that by the volume.
Volume x Density . . . yes
You multiply the length and width to get the volume
volume of a rectangular prism = length * width * height
This is clearly lifted from some test paper, omitting the vital diagram. The volume of a rectangular prism is the area of the base multiplied by the height. Same for a cube.
A rectangular prism with a width of 24 inches a height of 18 inches and a depth of 15 inches has a volume of 6,480 cubic inches.
You don't. You need the height and the area of the base to find the volume.
A rectangular prism is a three dimensional object which has two bases, both rectangles. It has six faces, twelve edges, and eight vertices.