# What is the height of a rectangular prism that has a width of 5m, a length of 6m, and a volume of 270 m squared

What is the height of a rectangular prism that has a width of 5m, a length of 6m, and a volume of 270 m squared

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1. JBBunny says:

Need more info: which one is the height? which is the lenght and which is width? and what type of prism is it?

2. jillianbarnes2565 says:

9

Step-by-step explanation:

volume of rectangle is length x width x height. inverse operations makes it 5 times 6 = 30. 270 divided by 30 is 9. hope this helped! :))

3. tyrique86 says:

The volume is 60 m^3

Step-by-step explanation:

5* 3 = 15

15 * 4= 60

4. kiramartin3 says:

5m × 3m × 4m
5 × 3 = 15
15 × 4 = 60
the answer is 60
to find the volume we multiply height width and length of an object. The volume is finding the capacity a 3D shape can hold we need height for that. Similarly we find area of a flat 2D shape and perimeter. 🙂

5. amylumey2005 says:

25 I think but not 100% sure

6. 3000517 says:

Step-by-step explanation:

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