anonymous
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What is the volume of the prism shown?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
https://media.glynlyon.com/g_pal_2012/8/img_rectangularprism4.gif
anonymous
  • anonymous
1,386 ft3 1,260 ft3 1,540 ft3 1,512 ft3
anonymous
  • anonymous
V = h x L x w and h =11, w = 9, L = 14 So, 11 x 9 x 14 ft3

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anonymous
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can you expalin more
anonymous
  • anonymous
Just multiply out 11 times 9 times 14. Your object has 90 degree corners and is a box, so you can think of it as getting the area of the base, which is 11 x 9, and then multiplying that by the height, so 11 x 9 x 14
anonymous
  • anonymous
which is1386
anonymous
  • anonymous
1386 ft
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  • anonymous
Yes, good job!
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yay i did math
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