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Find the volume of this solid. Round to the nearest tenth? Drawing Below -->. Please show Work!

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    |dw:1323031085071:dw|

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    I Tried drawing the three dimensional parts of it the best I could it.

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    |dw:1323031252710:dw|

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    pls try and draft ur question with ms word and attach it

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    like that?

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    Yeah like that Eyus. Thank you

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    yep this is better \

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    ok so the formula for the volume of a rectangular solid is: Length x Width x Height

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    so all we gotta do is just put each number into that formula

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    Eyust the 6 was inside the figure.

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    ahh thats ok the six simply refers to the length of the side

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    it just a label and can be put inside or outside

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    so lets do it

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    ( 5 ft.) x (4 ft.) x (6 ft.) =???

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    120ft.

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    wow eyust, thats cooool

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    yep but since it's a volume and tits ft x ft x ft

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    it ends up being \[120 ft^3\]

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    Alright that makes alot of sense now. I have one more but can you check it before I write it down?

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    sure

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    Alright here I will post it in a new problem with a new drawing.

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    oh one more thing also the question said "round to the nearest tenth" some teachers will get picky and require you to write \[120.0 ft^3\] dont thinkit really matters yet at your level tho because the two answers are equivalent

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    Alright man I wrote that down just in case they would ask about it,

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    sweet

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