To find the volume of a figure, multiply the length, width, and height of the object.
Area of plane figure
You find the length and height of the shape, them you find the volume
perimeter (P)=2(length+base) find length, area = length * base = (p/2-base)*base
The surface area of a space figure is the total area of all the faces of the figure
Find the length of the two sides of base. Add the two numbers. Then multiply by 2.
space at base of figure on coin containing date
If the figure is a rectangle, the area is 60. If the figure is a triangle, the area is 30.
You need to tell us what shape your figure is...
The answer will depend on the figure. A circle or sphere, for example, has a different formula for whatever it is that you want to calculate.
The base is the bottom of the figure and the height is how tall the figure is.
It is a circle, so use the formula "pie r squared" to figure it out
The figure is a pyramid and the base is a square.
a pentagon is a 2 dimensional figure. It does not have a base.
This figure is a CONE.
A geometric figure with a polygonal base and triangular sides is called a pyramid.
The volume V of a prism is the area of its base Btimes its height h.