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brittanyburton
The volume of a rectangular box is equal to the length times the width times the height. Write an expression for the volume of a box with length 15 cm, width w cm, and height 10 cm. Be sure to simplify the expression.
length = L width = W height = H volume = V so, by the given information in your post: V = L*W*H if L = 15cm and H = 10cm, you just need to plug those into the equation.
you have the answer in your question... jst multiply them.. simple!!
so 150w^2 or 150w ?
150w is correct w is just equal to w (it is a variable)
why do u square it?? it is jst 150w cm.
A. 45 + 3w B. 150w C. 30 + 2w D. 150w2
OKAY thanks rude much
put units they r important... no matter if it is MCQ