What is the volume of a block of ice measuring 3 meters long, 1.5 meters wide, and 2 meters high?

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The volume of a block measuring 3 meters long by 1.5 meters wide by 2 meters high is easy to calculate. You simply multiply all of the measurements together. Doing this will give you a product of 9 meters cubed.
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You find volume of a cube by multiplying height X width X length. so 3 times 1.5 times 2 = 9 cubic meters.
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Till you measure the dimensions, ice cube will reduce its size best way let the ice melt in pot then measure the volume of water by cylinder. Mathematically volume is L × w
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The volume would be 9 meters cubed. ChaCha on!
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The volume is 9 cubic meters.
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