2 × 10³ cm³
Given dataArea of the base: 6 cm²Height of the crate: 4 m = 4 × 10² cm
Considering the crate is a cuboid, its volume (V) is:
V = length × width × height
area of the base = length × width
V = area of the base × height
V = 6 cm² × 4 × 10² cm
V = 2.4 × 10³ cm³ ≈ 2 × 10³ cm³ (we round off to 1 significant figure)
The length * width is the area of the base, so:
Given that you have a base with an area of 6 square meters, it has already calculated the product of length and width. In the Volume Formula Length x Width x Height, you're pretty much multiplying that given area by a height of 4, since you already have that length and width in the form of 6 square meters. The result you'll have is 24 Meters Cubed.
24 cubic meters
Given is the base area of a solid crate, B = 6 square meters.
Given is the height of the solid crate, H = 4 meters.
We know the formula for volume of any solid is given as follows :-
(Volume of the solid) = (Base area of the solid) x (Height of the solid).
Volume = B x H.
Volume = (6 square meters) x (4 meters).
Volume = 24 cubic meters.
Hence, the volume of the solid crate would be 24 cubic meters.
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the answer is 144
47 - 90 = 43
43 - 180 = x
x = 137