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Volume of Rectangular Prism
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1.Find the volume and surface area for 5 different Rectangular Prisms by randomly choosing different heights, lengths and widths.
2. Find the missing dimension. Round to the nearest unit.
a. Rectangular Prism: volume 450cu ft, height _, length 7ft, width 6ft
b. Rectangular Prism: surface area 235 sq. in, height 4.5 in, length 7 in, width _
3. Firewood: Wood for a fireplace is often sold by the cord. A cord is 8ft by 4ft by 4ft. How many cubic feet are in a cord of wood?
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1.Find the volume and surface area for 5 different Rectangular Prisms by randomly choosing different heights, lengths and widths.
2. Find the missing dimension. Round to the nearest unit.
a. Rectangular Prism: volume 450cu ft, height _, length 7ft, width 6ft
b. Rectangular Prism: surface area 235 sq. in, height 4.5 in, length 7 in, width _
3. Firewood: Wood for a fireplace is often sold by the cord. A cord is 8ft by 4ft by 4ft. How many cubic feet are in a cord of wood?