Find the volume of a rectangular parallelepiped if its width is 12.3 meters, length is 8.4 meters, height is 10 meters.

The six rectangles that are the faces of the shape make up a rectangular parallelepiped. The side faces of the box intersect at right angles. The opposite edges of the shape are the same.

Formula for determining the volume of a rectangular parallelepiped:

V = S main. * s = abc;

V is the volume of the parallelepiped;

S main. – base area;

a, b and c – the length, width and height of the figure.

Let’s calculate the volume of a rectangular parallelepiped:

V = 8.4 m * 12.3 m * 10 m = 1033.2 m ^ 3.

Answer: the volume is 1033.2 m ^ 3.

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