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In the volume formula, V = Bh, what does the capital B stand for?
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In the volume formula, V = Bh, what does the capital B stand for?
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for volume it's the area of the base
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tcarroll010Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
"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 3dimensional objects like boxes that have 90degree corners.
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