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heatjack13

  • 2 years ago

In the volume formula, V = Bh, what does the capital B stand for?

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  1. hieuvo
    • 2 years ago
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    base?

  2. edpinho
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    for volume it's the area of the base

  3. tcarroll010
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    "B" is for "base" and it was capitalized because it is the intermediate result of width times length. Because it is width times length times height that gives the volume for 3-dimensional objects like boxes that have 90-degree corners.

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