None, unless there is a relation between the semicircle and the cone that you have chosen not to share.
No, there is confusion here over similar words. Volume = length times width times height.
The volume of a rectangular prism is found by; Volume = Length x Width x Height The volume of a triangular prism is found by; Volume = 1/2 x Length x Width x Height Therefore, Length, Width and Height being identical, 1) the volume of a rectangular prism is twice that of a similar triangular prism OR 2) the colume of a triangular prism is half that of a similar rectangular prism.
Robert Boylesee link
For Ideal gases, mole fraction=volume fraction
Density = mass divided by volume, measured in kg per cubic metre
It is volume of a cylinder = pi*radius2*height or length
The relatonship between surface area and volume is the height of the depth. Surface area is alot taller than volume.
when temperature goes up volume increases & when temperature goes down volume decreases (directly proportional)
Volume is normally used as a measurement in relation to other volumes, or as a sum or total amount. As relational measurements, volume might be in a form similar to a recipe, or it might be given as percentages.
Designate one of the faces as the base, and the distance between the plane the base is on, and the plane the opposite side is on, as the height. Then the volume is the base times the height.