The volume of a rectangular prism can be calculated by the formula \(V=LWH\text{,}\) where \(V\) stands for volume, \(L\) for the base’s length, \(W\) for the base’s width, and \(H\) for the prism’s height.

Use the formula to calculate a rectangular prism’s volume, if its base’s length is \({13\ {\rm in}}\text{,}\) its base’s width is \({6\ {\rm in}}\text{,}\) and its height is \({10\ {\rm in}}\text{.}\)

Its volume is .