[Answer] In Part C you are asked to calculate the volume of a rectangular prism that has a length of 5.6 cm a width of 2.1 cm and a height of 6.6 cm. What value should you use as the area of the base when calculating the answer to Part C?

Answer: 11.76 cm^2
In Part C you are asked to calculate the volume of a rectangular prism that has a length of 5.6 cm a width of 2.1 cm and a height of 6.6 cm. What value should you use as the area of the base when calculating the answer to Part C?

You should use radians not degrees because there is a within the sine function. x42bn6 Talk 00:57 12 April 2006 (UTC) Thanks a lot! C – c – c – c 01:52 12 April 2006 (UTC) Watch out! If you want to talk about shifts you need to talk about adjustments made to not .

Rectangles get you the leg of the triangle and never approximate the length though they do approximate the area . Calculating surface area is just calculating length and throwing in a 2πr so the same issues apply to volume versus surface area . -lethe talk + 03:31 16 March 2006 Th(UTC)

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