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What is the volume of the right rectangular prism? Enter your answer in the box.​

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1000 cm²

Step-by-step explanation:


- Length = 10 cm
- Width = 12.5 cm
- Height = 8 cm


[tex]\text{Volume = Length} \times \text{Width} \times \text{Height}[/tex]

Substitute the length, width, and the height of the prism to determine the volume of the prism.

[tex]\implies \text{Volume = 10} \times 12.5 \times 8[/tex]

Simplify the right hand side of the equation, as needed;

[tex]\implies \text{Volume = 10} \times 12.5 \times 8[/tex]

[tex]\implies \text{Volume =}\ 125 \times 8[/tex]

[tex]\implies \boxed{\text{Volume =}\ 1000 \ \text{cm}^{2} }[/tex]

Therefore, the volume of the prism is 1000 cm².
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