Question about Xpressions Media High Achiever Algebra 1 Academic License (03610)
I am uncertain of your question; however, I hope this answer helps you:
V is the VOLUME of a container, such as a cardboard box or a bottle (how much does it hold) in terms of "CUBIC" measure.
L is the LENGTH of the container from left to right
W is the WIDTH of the container from front to back (or the side)
H is the HEIGHT of the container from bottom to top (how tall it is)
The container's VOLUME (how much it holds) is determined by multiplying:
VOLUME = LENGTH x WIDTH x HEIGHT
DO you see what I mean?
If the box is 10 feet long, 2 feet wide and 1 foot tall, then
V=20 cubic feet
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Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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