A box is in the shape of a rectangular prism. The area of the base of the box is 5 square feet. The box is 1 1/2 feet tall. What is the volume, in cubic feet, of the box? Please explain!!!
volume of a regular prism=height times area of base area of base=5 height=1 and 1/2
volume=5 times 1 and 1/2 volume=5+5/2 volume=15/2 aka 7.5 ft^3
The volume = a x b x c or base x height x top therefore if the base of the box is 5 square feet then so is the top of the box
5 x 11.5 x 5 = the volume
F the ratio of car to trucks in the parking lot is 3:2,how many trucks could there be if Max said that the total vehicles in the parking lot were between18 and 32? Draw a diagram and give two possible answers for the number of trucks in the parking lot
there's could only be 6 cars because you divide the 3 to the 18 and whatever number you get that's how many trucks there is and then divide the 2 to the 32 equals 6 and that's the number for cars and your answer should be a ratio of 6:6
Triangles PQR and STU are similar.What's the length of ST
A. 24 m
B. 20 m
C. 14 m
D. 12 m
C. 14 m it is reasonable and you gave work that explained the quotient
What is the minimum area of cardboard needed to make a box that is 16 centimeters long, 12 centimeters wide, and 6 centimeters tall?