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Find the height of a cuboid of volume 100 cm3, whose length and breadth are 5 cm and 4 cm respectively.

Answer:

Given details are,

Volume of a cuboid = 100 cm3

Length of a cuboid = 5 cm

Breadth of a cuboid = 4 cm

Let height of cuboid be ‘h’ cm

We know that, l × b × h = 100cm

h = 100/( l × b)

= 100/(5×4)

= 5cm

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we need to find the height of a cuboid
of volume 100 centimeter cube
whose length and breadth are 5 and 4
centimeters respectively
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volume of cuboid
volume of cuboid
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is equal to the length into the breath
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100 right volume is given as 100
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breadth
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height would be 100 centimeter
cubed divided by
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5 centimeter into 4 centimeter
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five
twos are ten and
four fives are 20
and centimeter centimeter with
with centimeter cube in the numerator
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one with single centimeter unit all
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centimeters so this is our answer
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