---- it is IMPOSSIBLE to find the volume of a trapezoid, because a trapezoid is a 2-dimensional figure, and volume is for 3-dimensional figures. ---- you may find the area though, because that is possible for 2-dimensional figures. ----A trapezoid is a 2-dimensional (plane) figure.Its volume is zero.
The formula isV = 0 . Being a 2-dimensional entity, a trapezoid has no volume.That is, a trapezoid can't hold any water.
the volume of a trapezoidal prism is equal to the height times the base area of the trapezoid. First you find the area of trapezoid h(a+b)/2 h is the height of the trapezoid, not the height of the prism a is the length of the top b is the length of the bottom Then you find the volume of the trapezoidal prism with this formula H*h(a+b)/2 H is the height of the prism. Multiply H by the area of the trapezoid that you found in step one.
there isn't one Geometry is bull.
There is none because a trapezoid is a 2D shape but the area is as follows measured in square units:- Area = 0.5*(sum of parallel sides)*height
The cross section volume of a trapezoid is found between 0 and 2.0.
by the formula of ---A*b
formula of find the volume of dish
With great difficulty because a trapezoid is a 2 dimensional shape which has no volume but it does have a surface area.
(a1+a2+sqrt(a1*a2)*h/3= volume of Trapezoid RCC Footing
The volume of any right prism is the area of the base, in this case a trapezoid, multiplied by the height of the prism. The formula for the area of a trapezoid is A = 1/2h(a + b) where a and b are the bases of the trapezoid (the parallel sides). Once you calculate the area of the trapezoidal base of the prism, multiply that number by its height to get its volume.
Area of a trapezoid = 0.5*(sum of parallel sides)*height
The formula of volume
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There is none because a trapezoid is a 2D shape but if you meant the area it is:- Area in square units = 0.5*(sum of parallel sides)*height
The perimeter of a trapezoid is the sum of the lengths of each side. To find the area of a trapezoid: add base 1 and base 2 together then divide that answer by 2, then multiply it by the height of the trapezoid.
Nothing is "indicated".
(base1 + base2)/2 = midsegment
The formula to find the volume of an object is Length times Width times Height
There is no simple formula and, in any case, the answer will depend on what information about the trapezoid is given.
Area of a trapezoid = (1/2) x (height) x (length of the base + length of the top)
If the lengths of the bases are also given then rearrange the area of the trapezoid formula so that the height is the subject.
you just simply cut it in half and you'll have the median
A formula is a string of letters and numbers and other mathematical characters. It has no volume.