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What Is the Formula for Volume?

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The formula for volume is area times height.
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Volume measures the space that matter occupies. Objects with a regular shape can be measured with a formula. Irregular shaped objects are often measured using water displacement.
Find the volume of a:
The formula for volume of a cylinder is pi x radius squared x height. For a rectangle, it is side 1 x side 2 x side 3. Volume is the quantity of a three dimensional space enclosed by some closed boundary.
The basic formula for volume is length multiplied by width and height. However, with different shapes there are different formulas that must be used. You can find more information here: http://www.science.co.il/formula.asp
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Well, formula to find volume is different for different shapes. The general formula is:<br/>length times width times breadth i.e L * W * B
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1. Denote three adjacent sides meeting at one of the parallelepiped’s corners as the three vectors \"a\" \"b\" and \"c\" Denote their lengths \
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For those of us who live in a simple Euclidian world, a triangle is a two-dimensional shape, so it doesn't have volume, only area. The formula for the. area. of a triangle is. V=
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The volume of a sphere is included in Euclid's Elements, ca 300 BC. http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce... It is certainly even older than that. The fixed ratio of the circle diameter
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