100 cubic cm
The first comprises one rectangular face and four triangular faces whereas the second has two triangular and three rectangular faces.
first, find the volume of each shape that is in the polyhedron. then you add all of them together.
To find the volume, you first find the area of the triangle base and then multiply it be the height.
Base x Height.... The base of a cylinder is a circle. So you first find the area of the circle. pi times the radius squared. (for example, with a cylinder with a radius of 2in and a height of 3in, the area of the base would be about 2 x 2 x 3.14 = 12.56 Then you multiply the area of the base with the height. So going with our example, 12.56 x 3 = 37.68 inches. Think about it this way: The volume of a rectangular prism is length x width x height. The base of a rectangular prism is a rectangle , and to find the area of that is length x width. So it's the area of the base (which is length x width) x the height.
The area of a shape does not provide enough information to determine its dimensions. First of all, there is no reason to assume that the area is rectangular in shape. Second, even if it were rectangular, it could be square or extremely long and very narrow.
A cube does not have layers.
In order to calculate the volume of a rectangular wet wall, one would first measure the wall's length, width, and depth. Then, one would plug the measurements into this formula: length x width x height.
you first need to find the length, width, and height. then you multiply all those numbers together, and you have your answer.
If that's a rectangular block, just multiply the three numbers. The volume, of course, will be in cubic centimeters. If you first convert the sizes to decimeters, the answer will be in cubic centimeters, which is the same as liters. If you first convert the sizes to meters, the answer will be in cubic meters.
If you assume the shape of a rectangular box, you need to choose three numbers which, when multiplied together, give the volume. Please note that this has infinitely many solutions. You can choose ANY positive numbers for the first and second dimension; only the third will be calculated (as volume, divided by the first and the second number).
First off, neither a square or a rectangle have volume because neither have a a depth. A cube or a rectangular prism would though as they are 3 dimensional objects. The volume though mainly depends on its shape. A sphere for example is 4/3pir^3 which means (4/3) times the value of pi which is approximately 3.1415 times the value of the radius cubed. Other 3 dimensional objects have different formulas to determine their volume.
The volume does not provide enough information. First, there is nothing in the question to indicate whether the room is cuboid in shape or cylindrical. Furthermore, even if the room were cuboid, or it could be in the form of a cube or a very long narrow tunnel (with a rectangular cross section).
As you ascend into the first three layers of the atmosphere, the temperature decreases.
One way to measure the volume of an irregular object is to use a graduated cylinder. Fill the cylinder about half-way with water, and measure the volume. Then, place the object in the cylinder and measure the new volume. Subtract the first from the second to find the change in volume of the water. This change in volume is the voume of the object. Unfortunately, this method will not work for all objects as some are to large to fit in a graduated cylinder and some will dissolve in water, but it is very usefull in most situations.