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The volume of a cylinder can be calculated by squaring the radius, multiplying that value by Pi, then multiplying by the height. Plug your dimensions into this formula, where r is radius and h is height: V = Pi*r2h
If you are multiplying length times width times height, that is three dimensions, and you will get a volume. Area is a two dimensional quantity. You would only need length times width to get area.
There are many ways one might go about determining the area of the dimensions 11 x 17. The area of a rectangle is calculated by multiplying the width times the height, therefore, the area would be 187.
The volume of a square hollow bar is calculated by multiplying the length of the bar times the width of the opening times the height of the opening ( inner dimensions ).
The area of a rhombus is calculated by multiplying the base x the vertical height.
No, a triangles area is calculated from base x height / 2
The BMI is calculated in English measurements by multiplying a person's weight in pounds by 703.1, then dividing that number by the person's height in inches squared.
The volume of a cube is calculated the same as the volume of a cuboid - length x width x height. However, a cube has three identical dimensions, so the formula can be simplified by simply "cubing" any one of the dimensions (which means, multiplying any side by itself three times.)
The area of a rectangle is calculated by multiplying its height and its width (h x w), i.e. how tall it is by how wide it is.
You'll need to know its length, width and height then by multiplying the 3 dimensions the volume of the box can be found.
Volume cannot be calculated out of two dimensions . For this, we need length, breadth and height. That is 3 dimensions.
The surface area of a prism is calculated by adding the area of the walls to the area of the top and bottom. The area of the walls is calculated by multiplying the perimeter of the top by the height of the wall.
A rectangle has only two dimensions, for example, length and width. If you multiply that, you get the area. A rectangular box has a length, width, and height. If you multiply all three, you get the volume.
The volume of a cuboid is determined by multiplying together its three dimensions. These are usually known as the length, and width or breadth and height or depth.
The term "radius" only applies to circles, and is half of the circle's width (or diameter). For rectangles, you have a width and a height, and the area is calculated by multiplying width by height. A square's width and height are equal, so if a square is 5" wide, then the area is 25 square inches (25in2). Circle areas are calculated by multiplying the radius by itself, and multiplying the result of that by pi (π), or about 3.14. A circle with a radius of 5" would be 3.14*5*5, or 78.5in2 (78.5398 to be more accurate).
When multiplying length by width by height, the volume of the object is calculated. Volume is measured in cubic metres, or m3.
No, a point has no length, width, or height and thus has no dimensions. It is defined by a set of coordinates, but itself has no dimensions. A line has length but no width or height, and thus has 1 dimension. a plane has length and width, but no height, and thus has 2 dimensions. a space has length, width and height, and thus has 3 dimensions.
You can calculate the area of any quadrilateral by dividing it into two triangles and summing their areas. A triangle's area is found by multiplying the base by the half of the height (when height measured perpendicular to the base)
Divide 18.2 cu.ft. by its length in feet and after that by its height in feet and you will have its width in feet.That is the internal dimensions of 18.2 cu.ft. of something that resembles a box.Three dimensions are required here for a volume quantity.
The volume of a rectangular solid is calculated by taking the area of the base and multiplying it by the solids height. Another way of saying this is to say length x width x height.
Formula for parallelogram prism is volume = cross sectional area times length. It can also be calculated by multiplying length, height and characteristic length.
The height of this quantity of water would be exactly that much!
I assume lbh in the question means length, base (or width) and height. Those three dimensions multiplied together calculate the volume, not the area, of the figure for cubic dimension. The area is calculated by multiplying the length and the width for squared dimension. In simpler terms; Area of rectangle is lw; Volume is lwh.