The formula for volume of a "cuboid" (also called "rectangular solid") is "length time width times height". That is "V= lwh". To solve for the height, h, divide both sides by length times width.

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- November 17th 2012, 07:46 AM #1

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## please could i have some help?

Hello, i need a little bit of help with a maths Question

Hey, could someone please help me with this maths question?

The question is as follows:

Acuboid has: A volume of 80cm3

A length of 5cm

A width of 2cm

Work out the height of the cuboid.

please help, i don't have a clue.

- November 29th 2012, 04:41 PM #2

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