Q: How do you you find the volume of a 3d figure?

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its volume

A right angle triangle is a plane figure not a 3d one.

Well it depends on what kind of 3d shape it is. There is a formula to find the volume of each 3d shape. The main formula for volume is Bxh. (Big B multiplied by the height.) Bxh means the area of the base times the height.

Volume = area of cross-section*length

volume of a rectangular prism = length * width * height

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It depends on the type of figure. If it is a 2D figure, then it is called area. If it is a 3D figure, then it is called volume.

its volume

A trapezium is a 2D shape; volume it an attribute of 3D shapes. The volume of all trapezia is 0.

A right angle triangle is a plane figure not a 3d one.

Volume if it's a 3D figure and area if it's a 2D figure

There is no such thing as a 3D triangle.

The trapezoid is a plane figure which has surface Area, but no volume but if there was a 3d figure your equation would be. The Surface Area of a trapezoid = ½(b1+b2) x h X Height of figure.

By comparing the volume given to each figure.

An L shaped figure is a plane figure and so will not have a volume.

Well it depends on what kind of 3d shape it is. There is a formula to find the volume of each 3d shape. The main formula for volume is Bxh. (Big B multiplied by the height.) Bxh means the area of the base times the height.

Volume = area of cross-section*length

volume of a rectangular prism = length * width * height