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Let's look at volume. Consider a volume of a cube that is x on a side. The volume of the cube is X x Xx X = X3 (with the appropriate units - meters3 or km3 or cm3 (if you cannot handle metric))

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If a aluminum has a density of 2.7 g/cm^3, what is the volume, in cubic centimeters, found in 54 grams of aluminum?


There are probably several ways to solve this, but I like setting them up in ratios.

weight (g) 2.7 54
------------------- = ------ = -----
volume(cm^3) 1 x

Multiplying both sides by x, we get 2.7 x = 54

Dividing both side by 2.7, we get x = 54/2.7

x = 20

Therefore, it is 20 centimetre cubed.

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The volume of a rectangular prism is 2,058 cubic cm. The length of the prism is 3 times the width. The height is twice the width. Find the length of the prism


Right Rectangular prism, Length L, width W, Height H
Volume=2058 cm^3=L*W*H
However
L=3W, and H=2W
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If it is a cube, length, breadth, and height are all equal. If volume (not the area) is 216 cm^3 then
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a 45 cm cube volume is 0,45x0.45x0,45=0.091125
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If your 1170 x 450 x 190 is cm, then volume would be 100,035,000 cubic cm which is 100,035 L. If it's some other unit of measurement, you should be able to convert.

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