Posted by **brandy** on Wednesday, September 10, 2008 at 1:58am.

how many cubic meters of dirt are in a hole 6 meters long,2 meters wide, and one meter deep?

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**Quidditch**, Wednesday, September 10, 2008 at 2:06am
The volume of the hole will be the length X width X depth. It's always good to be sure that units for each dimension are the same. In this problem, they are all in meters.

Volume = length X width X depth

Volume = 6m X 2m X 1m

Multiply the right side to get the volume.

Remember that the units for the volume will be m^3 (cubic meters).

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