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 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. )
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volume and capacity is math
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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.
unit x unit = square units
I have the same question it is for math in my school and i was wondering what? the volume was?