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Find the missing dimension for the three dimensional figure to the nearest tenth, given the volume and other dimensions

L= 8m W=4.6m V=88mcubed

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    What is the three-dimensional figure?

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    the equation is LxWxH
    so you would do the Volume (88) divided by the other 2.(L&W)
    L&W= 8x4.6= 36.8

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    depth D = V/(L*W) = 88/36.8 = 2.4 m

    I have assumed the figure is a rectangular prism.

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    (8)*(4.6)*H= 88
    36.8H = 88

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