Find the height of the rectangular parallelepiped if its volume is 20.9 cm3 and the bottom area is 3.8 cm2.

The volume of the parallelepiped is 20.9 cm ^ 3.

The bottom area is – 3.8 cm ^ 2.

Determine the height of the rectangular parallelepiped. To do this, use the following formula.

V = S * h.

Where V is the volume of the parallelepiped.

S is the area of the parallelepiped.

h is the height.

Let’s express the height of the parallelepiped.

h = V / S.

h = 20.9 / 3.8 = 5.5 cm.

Therefore, the height of the rectangular parallelepiped is 5.5 centimeters.

Answer: the height is 5.5 centimeters.

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