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Solids for which Volume = Area of base times Altitude

The Prism

Common Prisms: Cube and Rectangular Parallelepiped
 Solved Problem 01  Cube
 Solved Problem 02  Cube
 Solved Problem 03  Cube
 Solved Problem 04  Cube
 Solved Problem 05  Cube
 Solved Problem 06  Cube
 Solved Problem 07  Cube
 Solved Problem 08  Cube
 Solved Problem 09  Cube
 Solved Problem 10  Cube
 Solved Problem 01  Rectangular Parallelepiped
 Solved Problem 02  Rectangular Parallelepiped
 Solved Problem 03  Rectangular Parallelepiped
 Solved Problem 04  Rectangular Parallelepiped
 Solved Problem 05  Rectangular Parallelepiped
 Solved Problem 06  Rectangular Parallelepiped
 Solved Problem 07  Rectangular Parallelepiped
 Solved Problem 08  Rectangular Parallelepiped
 Solved Problem 09  Rectangular Parallelepiped
 Solved Problem 12  Rectangular Parallelepiped
 Solved Problem 13  Rectangular Parallelepiped
 Solved Problem 14  Rectangular Parallelepiped

Common Prisms: Cube and Rectangular Parallelepiped
 The Cylinder
 001 A wire of given density and total mass

The Prism
 Solids for which Volume = 1/3 Area of Base times Altitude
 Frustums
 Similar Figures
 The Sphere
 The Prismatoid and the Prismoidal Formula
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Where does the 12 in 24/12
Where does the 12 in 24/12 comes from??? im soooo confused
It's because you need to
In reply to Where does the 12 in 24/12 by Dana (not verified)
It's because you need to convert the inches to feet.