You measure the length, height, and wight in cm of the object and multiply them together to get the answer in cm3.

Volume of a rectangular prism = (Length)(Width)(Height)

V=L*W*H, if the measurements are L=44in, W=15in, H=20in, so V=13200, I want to know which unit of measurement is used for Volume?

Volume= length * height * depth

Length x width x height or (L x W x H)

Length x width x height

V=L x W x H

V= 97200 inches

V= 97200 inches

The components needed to solve this are right in the problem. The length multiplied by the width and then multiplied by the height equals the cubic volume of a rectangle.

Volume)=Length) X Width) X H(eight) in cubic inches, feet, centimeters or whatever unit you are using.

Volume)=Length) X Width) X H(eight) in cubic inches, feet, centimeters or whatever unit you are using.