1/3(1/2(10)(11))(6.9)

1/3(1/2(10)(11))(6.9)

(20x7x15) is the volume of container and beaker is 2ml but please remember that (1cm3=1ml) THANK YOU!!

Each table tennis ball takes up 2 cubic inches of space. How many table tennis balls would I need to fill a pool with 450 cubic feet of space?

I have volume of 15 but need a volume of 20 feet^3. how many more bricks do i need?

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A fish tank has a base area of 45 cm squared and is filled with water to a depth of 12cm. If the height of the tank is 25 cm, how much more water will be needed to fill the tank to the brim?

I just need the ratio from the volume of a cylinder to the volume of a rectangular prism with the same lateral area, but I canâ€™t find any answers in my book or on the internet. Any help?

After solving I got 7.33 and when I check the correct asnwer was 8? which is the best answer to this problem 7 or 8? Thank you.

Find the length & width of a swimming pool if its height is (y - 1) meters and the volume, V cubic meters is given by the expression V = y3 - y

I do not know the answer to the question. I also do not know how to solve it. So I need the answer or help.

Can someone help me with this problem?

what set of dimensions would tightly fit 4 tennis balls

a 256 cu cm

What I am asking is that I need a lot of help solving this. I need it completely filled with no extra space.

volume is 48 cubic inches. The width is double the height. The length is 3 times the height what is the width,length,and height for this number.

length: 1 1/3 feet width: 1 foot height: 2 1/3 feet the lengths of the sides of a small cube are 1/3 foot each. part a: how many small cubes can be packed in the recta...

I am having trouble with a question on one of my assignments. So I have to find the Minimum Height to hold a capacity of 93.75L. (Volume) All I know is the length is going to be 15 metres....

If a rectangular prism with a top, a bottom, and 4 sides is W feet wide, L feet long, and h feet tall, then what is the surface area of the prism? what would the formal for this problem look like...

1) Solve the following equations using inverse operations. i) 3x-7=7+x ii) 3[(6x-2)/4 (Separate)+ 1 ] = 33 2) A cylindrical (cylinder) water tank of diameter 2.2m...

1) Solve the following equations using inverse operations. i) 3x-7=7+x ii) 3[(6x-2)/4 (Separate)+ 1 ] = 33 2) A cylindrical (cylinder) water tank of diameter 2.2m...