The volume of the cuboid is 972mcubic. If its length and breadth be 16m and 13.5m respectively, find its height
Asked by Shivam | 21st Dec, 2017, 11:48: AM
The volume of a cuboid is given by, V = LBH (L=length, B = breadth, H=height).
Here V = 972 cubic m.
L = 16m
B = 13.5m
H = ?
Just evaluate the value of V = LBH, you will get the desired result.
972 = 16 * 13.5 * H
4.5 m = H.
Hope this helps!
Answered by | 21st Dec, 2017, 02:19: PM
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