If a shape is two dimensional it has NO volume - volume is an attribute of THREE dimensional shapes.
If you meant the AREA of an irregular two dimensional shape, then divided it up into areas which are not irregular and so you can calculates them, and sum the areas of these non-irregular shapes.
If you meant the volume of an irregular THREE dimensional shape, then a similar process can be followed by dividing it up into three dimensional shapes you can can calculate the volume of and summing them, though if it is an irregular object that you are physically holding, then you can find its volume by finding the increase in volume of a liquid (In a regular container) when the object is submerged into that liquid.
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They are said to be irregular shapes or polygons
There is no volume in a circle but volume can be found in a sphere. The question should be rephrased. A circle is a two dimensional shape, so it cannot have a volume which is a characteristic of a three dimensional shape.
semicircle is a two-dimensional shape, hence it has an area but does not have a volume.
Simple. The volume of a rectangle is 0. A rectangle is a two dimensional shape and therefore cannot have a volume.
There is none because a triangle is a 2D shape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- There is not one. Triangles are two dimensional, volume is three dimensional, a triangle can therefore have an area but not a volume.
There is none because a triangle is a 2D shape and volume measures 3D shapes ----------------------------------------------------------------- There is not one. Triangles are two dimensional, volume is three dimensional, a triangle can therefore have an area but not a volume.
An irregular volume is one that has no simple equation to describe it's shape. An example would be a cylinder with a cone on it's end. The shape can often be divided into two or more regular shapes which have known equations that describe them. In this case, a cylinder and a cone. To then find the total volume of the irregular shape, you sum the volumes of the individual regular shape volumes.
The volume of an irregular shape can be found by measuring the amount of displaced water when the object is placed in a measuring jar. In a measuring jar the difference between the two levels give the volume of displacement.
a triangle * * * * * Wrong on at least two counts: A triangle need not be irregular and a triangle is not a three dimensional shape. Any pyramid other than a regular triangular pyramid (tetrahedron), any prism other than a cube are some examples.
An irregular hexagon is a closed 2-dimensional shape bounded by six straight lines such that two (or more) sides are of different length or two (or more) angles are of different measure.
the difference between a two dimensional shape and and a solid is that a two dimensional shape is plane and a solid you can see the whole shape a the inside.
If one dimension of a 3-dimensional shape is doubled, the volume increases by 21 = 2. If two dimensions of a 3-dimensional shape are doubled, the volume increases by 22 = 4. If all three dimensions of a 3-D shape are doubled, the volume increases by 23 = 8.
The inside of a two dimensional shape is called the area.
Rectangles, being two-dimensional objects, do not have volume. Rectangular prisms, on the other hand, do. The equation for their volume is length*width*height, or lwh.
A circle is a two dimensional shape; it's width in the third dimension can be considered as either 0 or infinite; so its volume in cubic feet is either 0 or infinite.Or to put it another way:cubic feet are a measure of volume which is a property of three dimensional objects.A circle is a two dimensional shape; it has no volume property. To ask what its volume is is nonsense.
A rectangle is a two-dimensional shape, and therefore has no volume. A rectanular prism (a box) has a volume of length x width x height.
You do not need fancy lab equipment.Basically you need to determine two pieces of information1) The mass of the "irregular" shape (use a scale)2) The volume of the shape (use water displacement in a bucket/tub to find volume)Take the mass / volume and you have density.
Two dimensional shape has length and breadth Three dimensional shape has length, breadth and depth
There is not one. Triangles are two dimensional, volume is three dimensional, a triangle can therefore have an area but no a volume.
If it is a small shape that is denser than a convenient fluid and insoluble in it and also does not react with it then the displacement method is simplest. Fill a graduated cylinder with the fluid, measure the volume of the fluid. Then gently insert the shape and measure the apparent volume of the fluid. The difference between the two volume readings is the volume of the shape. If the shape is less dense than the fluid you have to make one change. You need to find a dense insoluble object. Measure the volume of the fluid with the dense object immersed in it. Then measure the volume when the dense object and the shape are joined together and submerged. The difference between the two measures is the volume of the shape. This method will not work with soluble shapes unless you can find a fluid that it is not soluble in. Similarly, you cannot use a fluid that will react. So measuring the volume of a lump of sugar or a lump of sodium using water are non-starters. Finally, the method will not work if the irregular shape is huge.
an irregular tetragon
You don't. A triangle is a two-dimensional shape and thus has no volume. The area of a triangle is equal to 1/2 the length of the base times the height.
No.A torus is a three dimensional shape whereas a circle is a two dimensional shape.
A 2D shape is flat. It has length and width but no height - hence no volume. A 3D volume has length, width and height - hence also a volume.Two dimensional shapes are flat, like drawings on paper. Three dimensional shapes can be held and picked up and turned about.