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Volume

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

Rectangles, being two-dimensional objects, do not have volume. Rectangular prisms, on the other hand, do. The equation for their volume is length*width*height, or lwh.

The formula for a volume of a cube is length x width x height. For example, if all sides of a cube were 3 inches, then the volume is 9 inches cubed.

There is no formula for this. You have to measure the volume.

what is the formula of volume in science

A rectangle is a plane figure and has no volume.

Multiply the density of pewter (0.263 lbs/ cubic inch) by the volume. For a circle, the formula for volume (in inches) is pi (or about 3.14) x the square of the radius x the thickness; for a rectangle, the formula for volume (in inches) is width x length x thickness.

The formula for the volume of a rectangle is length x width x height. The area i just length x width

formula for finding the volume of hollow dish

volume of cylinder = 1 * formula found from google.com

It depends on the exact shape. For a square or rectangle, it would be length times width times height.

This is a volume question. So follow these steps:Identify the shape. This shape is a rectangle, now go to a formula chart and find what the formula is for a rectangle under volume, It will say V=BH.So lets begin. But wait these dimensions are not all equal in units so you need to convert the feet to inches. There are 12 inches in 1 foot so multiply 9 times 12= 108 and 24 times 12=288.Now we can start by finding the B, area of the base. The base is a rectangle now go to the formula chart and find the formula for the rectangle under the area. A=LW. Now we can plug in the numbers, A=288*2=576.Now that we found the area we can finish the formula, V=BH so we can plug in the numbers that we got V=576*108=62,208 inches cubed.We have found the volume for this rectangle in inches, but the question wants the units in yards.So we get the answer 62,208 and divide by 36 inches, because that is how many inches are in a yard. 62,208 divided by 36=1,728 yards cubed, the answer is cubed because we are working with a volume question.So the answer is 1,728 yards cubed.

Volume=length x width x height (V=lwh)

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

volume of a rectangle container is 2520 cubic centimetres volume of water in millilitres is 2520000

For finding the volume of a cube, or a rectangular prism, you multiply all of the dimensions (height*length*width=volume).

The formula is:Volume = 0Flat 2-dimensional figures don't have volume. In other words, they can't hold water. A figure is 2-dimensional if it can be drawn on paper.A rectangle has area ... the amount of space it covers on paper or on the ground.The formula for the area of a rectangle isArea = (Length) x (Width)

The formula for finding the volume of the square is....... nothing! Its nothing because squares are 2D and I guess you could probaly use area..... :)

Because the formula is the same: volume = 1/3base areaheight

24 square inches !... and - it's spelled 'prism' !

There is none, given volume alone.

formula to find volume of an eccentric reducer

density = mass / volume

Density = mass / volume

Mass divided by volume

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