Math: I guess you mean "mass". That would be the kilogram.
Volume: cubic meter
The formula for the volume of a right cone (and pyramid) is 1/3 base x height, therefore the volume of this cone is :Base = 3 x 3 x piHeight = 9Volume = 27 x pi, or roughly 84.8 units squaredNote: On a math test or quiz, you will lose marks for not saying units squared.
volume and capacity is math
To do math.
A cubic unit is a measure of volume. It is equal to the volume of a cube, which is 1 unit tall, 1 unit wide and 1 unit long. If you are in abstract math then it's just called cubic units. In the real world, you can have cubic centimeters, cubic feet, cubic inches, to represent volume.
Volume of a cylinder = pi * radius2 * cylinder height pi = 3.141592654 approx. radius and height in same units ( cms , metres , inches etc. ) result in cubic units ( cu cms , cu m , cu ins etc. )
14 units up
triginometrical units of math and calculometry
unit x unit = square units
Hello I'm a math teacher in high school and I'm sorry I'm giving the answer but it is a cube.
You take the mass of the object in grams, and divide it by the volume of the object in Liters(Litres), and you get Density with the units of grams per liter(litre). The gram and Liter(Litre) can be substituted for other SI (metric) units of mass and volume, so long as the mass unit is the numerator and the volume unit is the denominator of the rate. The formula becomes Density = Mass / Volume or D = M/V.
On units of 12
The volume is the units in a shape or a type of object your working with. It is mainly units in a box, so you would count the boxes and if there would 2 shapes or math objects in a problem you would count the first units in the first shape or object and count them and then you would take the second units of the 2nd object and count them all together! If your question is 2.5 cm and 13cm the it would be, 130 plus 205 then it would be 335.
I have the same question it is for math in my school and i was wondering what? the volume was?
volume is how much the object takes up
Those are units of mass.
You use math in astronomy to measure the amount of astronomical units(150,000,000 km). Such as, the Earth is 1.5 astronomical units away from the sun.
A rectangle with a width of 3 units and a length of 4 units has an area of 12 square units.
What does volume mean on newsletters? Volume 1, Issue 5. When does it become volume 2?
The answer to the volume term is the amount of square area in perimeter
the volume to find volume is Length X Width X Height
Joules (units of energy)
A number? ^^