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Q: Can anything have area without having volume?

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The volume of a cube having a surface area of 150 units2 is about 125 units3

No. If it's 3D it's volume. Area is 2D

Mass has no direct effect on the surface area of an object. You can increase mass without changing anything other property of an object. Volume, Size, and Shape effect surface area.

The cerebrum has many folds or wrinkles which increases the surface without increasing the volume

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A cylinder does not have area, since it is a three dimensional object. Instead, it is usually described as having volume,

None. A litre is a measure of volume and you cannot convert volume to an area in any meaningful way without further information such as the depth over the area in question.

yes heat loss is affected by diameter, circumference and surface area. Heat loss depends on the surface area : volume ratio.......the larger this is the more heat is lost if a cylinder having the same volume but a different surface area...(therefre radius and circumference is different)........the cylinder having the larger surface area will loose heat fastest

Neither the area or the volume of the cylinder can be calculated without the length.

You know that the volume of a box is Length × Width × Height. In other words, it's the area of the box's "footprint" multiplied by the height. It makes sense that the volume of a cylinder would also be the area of its footprint times height. The "footprint" of a cylinder is a circle, and its area is πr². So, the volume of a cylinder is πr²h.

Surface area to volume ratio can be calculated by taking area and dividing by volume.

surface area/ volume. wider range of surface area to volume is better for cells.

surface area/ volume. wider range of surface area to volume is better for cells.

A sphere having a diameter of 9.5 feet has a surface area of 283.53 square feet and a volume of 448.92 cubic feet.

By dividing the area into the volume: width = volume/area

To obtain the ratio of surface area to volume, divide the surface area by the volume.

to obtain the ratio of surface area to volume, divide the surface area by the volume.

surface area/ volume. wider range of surface area to volume is better for cells.

They are both 3 dimensional shapes having surface area and volume.

None. "7 inch x 5 inch" is a measure of area: without a third dimension it has no volume and so cannot contain anything.

Volume=area * length of that surface

surface area divided by volume

You need the area to find the volume of an object.

Volume does not, surface area does.