To calculate the volume of water in a semicircular trough, one should figure out the area of the cross section (the semicircle) first. Then, this number should be multiplied by the length of the trough.
you can't find the answer out because you don't know how much water is in it to begin with
It is an instrument used for water displacement to determine the volume of a gas produced in a reaction.
The formula is: [ Volume = 0 ].A 'plane figure' has no volume. That's any figure that you can draw on paper,and those can't hold water. It takes volume to hold water, and volume takesthree dimensions.
The formula for volume of a cylinder is (pi *r2 )h
A water trough is used to provide drinking water to animals, particularly horses.
You have to know the shape of the container that the water is in first, then you can find the formula to find the volume of that particular shape
volume of a rectangle container is 2520 cubic centimetres volume of water in millilitres is 2520000
From their water trough.
The formula isV = 0 . Being a 2-dimensional entity, a trapezoid has no volume.That is, a trapezoid can't hold any water.
no reason..cause formula for water is h2o
The density of anything is its mass divided by its volume: density = mass/volume
It depends on the shape of the tank.
Mass = density x volume
You use the displacement formula when you put an object in water and need to find the volume of the object.
Well we always bring our horses to the water trough and pick the water up to the horses mouth, and most of the time after that they all just come and drink from the trough. Hope that helps =)
H! Refer below to the formula of dilution: C1V1 = C2V2 Sample problem: How much water and how much 12 M HCl must be used to prepare 500 ml of a 1 M HCl solution? # Determine the volume of 12 M to be used using the dilution formula (12) (volume of 12 M) = (1) (500) volume of 12 M = (1) (500) / 12 = 41.7 ml 12 M # Determine the volume of water to add to it Total volume after dilution = volume of 12 M + volume of water added 500 = 41.7 + volume of water added 500 - 41.7 = volume of water = 458.3 ml of water to be added to the 41.7 ml of 12 M Regards, Dianne
used to put the water
The basic formula for density is density = mass/volume. If you have mass and density, you can manipulate the formula so that volume = density x mass.
A water trough.
Depends on the width and depth of the trough.
In order to find the volume of a liquid you first need to know its mass and density. You can then use the formula: volume = mass / density. For instance, if you have 2 kg of water, you can find out the volume that the water occupies. Water have a density of around 1kg/liter. We then use the mass/density formula:Volume = mass / density = 2 kg/(1 kg/liter) = 2 liter.We have now calculated that 2 kg of water occupies 2 liter of space, or 2 cubic decimeter (2 dm^3).
something like time. Like say you want to work out how much water will be in a trough that has water coming in at 2 L per minute - the amount of water in the trough is dependent on the time at which you are trying to calculate the volume of water. so in this case time is an independent variable and the amount of water is the dependent variable... hope that helps. :) example of a variable