Q: How do you get area and volume of object?

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to measure volume the object must be three dimensional. the purpose of measuring the volume of an area is to know its capacity

The volume of a body and the surface area arerelated but not in a direct way. For a given volume, the smallest surface area of an object is seen then the object is a sphere. As the shape flattens from a sphere, so the surface area becomes larger. When the object approaches an infinitely small thickness, the surface area approaches and infinite size.

Volume = cross-sectional area times height

Perimeter is the distance around an object and area is the amount of space/volume in an object (square,rectangle,triangle)

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You need the area to find the volume of an object.

Area is the measurement of the two-dimensional size of an object, and volume is the measurement of the size of an object in three dimensions.

Length X width X height= volume Or Cross sectional area X length= volume (Cross sectional area= area of a face if the object)

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It can be.

to measure volume the object must be three dimensional. the purpose of measuring the volume of an area is to know its capacity

The volume of a body and the surface area arerelated but not in a direct way. For a given volume, the smallest surface area of an object is seen then the object is a sphere. As the shape flattens from a sphere, so the surface area becomes larger. When the object approaches an infinitely small thickness, the surface area approaches and infinite size.

Volume = cross-sectional area times height

2D-area 3D-Volume

Area: length multiplied by the width of an object Volume: Has something to do with heigh and base.. Forgot the formula, sorry.

Perimeter is the distance around an object and area is the amount of space/volume in an object (square,rectangle,triangle)

To calculate the surface area to volume ratio, simply divide the surface area of the object by its volume. This ratio is commonly used in science to understand how efficiently an object exchanges materials with its environment, with a higher ratio indicating better surface area for exchange relative to its volume.