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Because it depends on how big the retangle/square is.

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0Provided the shape remains similar, the surface varies as the 2/3 power of the volume. Or, to put it another way, the cube root of the volume varies directly as the square root of the surface area. Or, the square of the volume is in direct proportion to the cube of the area.

The answer is in the first part of your question. By this I mean that surface area would be measured in square units. For example, the surface area of the rectangle was 32cm squared.

Volume does not, surface area does.

rectangle and octahedron

You can't because a rectangle is a 2 dimensional shape which does not have a volume.

A rectangle is a shape on a flat surface. It has two dimensions,and its volume is zero.BTW -- Any unit of volume is a 'cubic unit'.

A rectangle does not have volume because it is 2 dimensional but it does have area which is length times width measured in square units.

The area of a square or rectangle can be found by multiplying the length times the width. In a square both the length and width are the same measure.

multiply the length by the width by the height

Square feet is a measure of area. You do not get paint by the area - you get it in a volume - a litre, or quart or whatever. The container will give a meausre of the covergae which will depend on the surface being painted - its porosity, prior traetment, etc. Furthermore, a rectangle is an area. A rectangle can be measured in square feet but never in cubic feet. A rectangle measuring 40 cubic feet cannot exist!

The surface area of a sphere with a volume of 3500pi is: 2,391 square units.

The volume of a circular cylinder varies directly with the height of the cylinder and with the square of the cylinder's radius If the height is halved and the radius is doubled then the volume will be increased.

A rectangle is a two dimensional object and as such does not have a volume. Instead it has a surface area, which is defined to be the length times the width.

If you are dealing with the functions of a square or a rectangle, you write the answer, which is the formula. Length multiplied by the width equals the volume.

Volume of rectangle is 0

Simple. The volume of a rectangle is 0. A rectangle is a two dimensional shape and therefore cannot have a volume.

The volume of a cube = a3 The surface area = 6a2 (a=one side of the square in a cube)

The volume of a rectangle is 0. It is a 2-dimensional object and so has no volume.

The surface area and volume of a cube with an edge of 2 centimeters are:Surface area = 24 square cmVolume = 8 cubic cm

Surface area = 130.39 square cm

A rectangle has no volume, it is a 2 dimensional object.

For a cube with sides of x lnear units, volume = x3 cubic units.surface area = 6x2 square units.For a cube with sides of x lnear units, volume = x3 cubic units.surface area = 6x2 square units.For a cube with sides of x lnear units, volume = x3 cubic units.surface area = 6x2 square units.For a cube with sides of x lnear units, volume = x3 cubic units.surface area = 6x2 square units.

It equals volume that is calculated in cubic units.

it is the space occupied by a dgeometrical solid and it can be given as: V=L*H*W where V is the volume, L is the length, H is the height and W is the width. (that's for a solid with a square or rectangle base). it can also be given as: surface area * height

oh dear If a cell's surface area is 6 SQUARE cms and its VOLUME is 1cm cubed then the ratio of surface area to volume is 6:1

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