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Q: All formulas of finding the space figure and volume of solid figures with picture?

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A figure can be any shape, drawing or representation in a visual format. An image however is a picture. By example, if you draw a rectangle or circle or a silhoutte of someone - these will be figures, but if you take a picture of a scenery, it won't be a figure. It will be an image.

Its area. The value will depend on the figure - regular figures will have relatively simple formulae. Figures that can be decomposed into regular figures will also be relatively straightforward. But you could have a wiggly loop and finding the area inside that would be more difficult.

There is no general rule. There are different formulae for simple figures like a sphere, a cone and a cylinder. Other figures have yet other and more complex formulae.

Depends on what figures are "from brackets".

There are different formulae for different plane figures. Since there are infinitely many possible shapes there are infinitely many formulae.

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A figure can be any shape, drawing or representation in a visual format. An image however is a picture. By example, if you draw a rectangle or circle or a silhoutte of someone - these will be figures, but if you take a picture of a scenery, it won't be a figure. It will be an image.

Its area. The value will depend on the figure - regular figures will have relatively simple formulae. Figures that can be decomposed into regular figures will also be relatively straightforward. But you could have a wiggly loop and finding the area inside that would be more difficult.

Figures that can be subdivided into simple figures.

There is no general rule. There are different formulae for simple figures like a sphere, a cone and a cylinder. Other figures have yet other and more complex formulae.

You are finding the volume of the solid figure.To find the volume of a solid figure, depending on the size of the object, you can use a graduated cylinder. You can fill the cylinder up to x amount of water and then measure the amount after dropping the solid into the water, and then subtract the amount before, from the amount after, to get the volume of a solid. You can also use simple mathematics to figure the volume of the solid. There are different formulas for calculating volume for different types of solid figures.

The formulas for a polygon depend on the particular figure. A polygon can be a rectangle, triangle, pentagon, or many other plane figures. So, the formulas for area and volume will be different depending on the type of polygon you have.

The plural of the noun figure is figures.

It is a plane figure.

Depends on what figures are "from brackets".

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