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Dimension of the prism is the number of cubes in width x length x height.

Surface area is 2(w x l) + 2(l x h) + 2 (wxh)

Volume is the number of cubes.

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Paul

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Never. Even if it a regular shape.

Oct 18, 2016 | Miscellaneous

Divide 1440 cubic centimeters by 96 centimeters to get 15 centimeters.

Jan 28, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Note the prism has Length, Width, Height

A = 2( WL + WH + LH )

A = 2( WL + WH + LH )

May 23, 2014 | Computers & Internet

A rectangle is a two-dimensional figure and doesn't have a volume. It has an area equal to length times width. A rectangular prism has a volume equal to length times width times height.

Feb 06, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Since it is rectangular prism, the base has the shape of a rectangle (Length L, Width W). Its area is

Conclusion: Volume of a right rectangular prism with dimensions L, W, H, is

Dec 18, 2013 | Computers & Internet

Right Rectangular prism, Length L, width W, Height H

Volume=2058 cm^3=L*W*H

However

L=3W, and H=2W

(3W)*W*(2W)=**6 W^3=2058**

W^3=(2058/6)=343

**W**=Cube root of 343=**(343)^(1/3)=7 cm**

**L=3*7=21 cm**

H=2*7=14 cm

Volume=2058 cm^3=L*W*H

However

L=3W, and H=2W

(3W)*W*(2W)=

W^3=(2058/6)=343

H=2*7=14 cm

Oct 29, 2013 | Computers & Internet

Assumning that you have a rectangular based prism, you get the volume by multiplying the three dimensions (Volume =length*width*height). In this case Volume= 4*9*6=216 cubic inches

Mar 05, 2013 | Computers & Internet

Since the 'base' and 'top' of any prism have the same shape, the surface area can be found by

- surface area of prism = 2 * area of base + perimeter of base * H

- surface area = 2LW + 2(L+W)H
- = 2 * 7 * 4 + 2*(7+4)*5
- = 56 + 2 * 11 * 5
- = 56 +110
- = 166 sq cm

Sep 05, 2011 | Encore Math Advantage Algebra II and...

Hello

**Rectangular Prism/Cuboid Definition:**

A Rectangular Prism/Cuboid is a solid figure bounded by six rectangular faces, a rectangular box. All angles are right angles, and opposite faces of a cuboid are equal. It is also a right rectangular prism.

**Rectangular Prism/Cuboid Formula**:

Area of Base(A) = l * w

Perimeter of Base(P) = 2l + 2w

Surface Area of Prism = 2(lw) + (2l + 2w)h = 2A + Ph

Volume of Prism = lwh = Ah

Diagonal of Prism = Sqrt(l² + w² + h²)

where

l = length, w = width, h = height

Hope this helps, if so do rate the solution

A Rectangular Prism/Cuboid is a solid figure bounded by six rectangular faces, a rectangular box. All angles are right angles, and opposite faces of a cuboid are equal. It is also a right rectangular prism.

Area of Base(A) = l * w

Perimeter of Base(P) = 2l + 2w

Surface Area of Prism = 2(lw) + (2l + 2w)h = 2A + Ph

Volume of Prism = lwh = Ah

Diagonal of Prism = Sqrt(l² + w² + h²)

where

l = length, w = width, h = height

Hope this helps, if so do rate the solution

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