Q: What is formula for area of regular solid?

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the volume of a regular solid is the area of it's base multiplied by it's height.

A solid shape with regular area and height makes a prism. A solid shape with regular area and height makes a prism. A solid shape with regular area and height makes a prism.

There can be no such formula in general. A formula will exist if the area is a regular polygon (or a circle).

cm3

V= l x w x h

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the volume of a regular solid is the area of it's base multiplied by it's height.

V= Base Area * Height

the volume of a regular solid is the area of it's base multiplied by it's height.

A solid shape with regular area and height makes a prism. A solid shape with regular area and height makes a prism. A solid shape with regular area and height makes a prism.

A tetrahedron is a solid figure with four triangular faces. As these may or may not be regular (all the same), the formula is to add the area of all four together. The formula for the area of a triangle is 1/2(base x height).

There can be no such formula in general. A formula will exist if the area is a regular polygon (or a circle).

cm3

V= l x w x h

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That would depend on the shape, be it cube, sphere, etc. In general, the volume of any regular solid is its cross-sectional area multiplied by its length.

The formula is 1/2 (apothem) (perimeter)

It depends on what the formula is for: the area or perimeter or some other characteristic.