How many cubic units is a box that is 3 units high, 3 units wide, and 2 units deep?
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To determine the volume of the box, we multiply the height times width times length
The answer will be: 18 cubic units
Multiply the height times the width times the depth (3 x 3 x 2) unit, which will result in 18 cubic units
V = h × w × d units³
V= 3 x 3 x 2 =18 cubic units
The volume of the cube is given as V = h × w × d units³ and the answer is 18 units3 for the given dimensions 3units high, 3units wide, and 2units deep.
height = 3 units
Width = 3 units
Depth = 2 units
cubic unit of the box = Length x width x height = 3 * 3 *2 = 18 cubic units