Q: What is the formula to find volume of trapezoidal shape?

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the volume of a trapezoidal prism is equal to the height times the base area of the trapezoid. First you find the area of trapezoid h(a+b)/2 h is the height of the trapezoid, not the height of the prism a is the length of the top b is the length of the bottom Then you find the volume of the trapezoidal prism with this formula H*h(a+b)/2 H is the height of the prism. Multiply H by the area of the trapezoid that you found in step one.

Volume = area of cross-section*length

It depends on the shape.

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.

That depends what shape you are talking about.

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If it is a rectangular trapezoidal pedestal: Calculate the area of the base of the pedestal, multiply by the height of the pedestal. If the angles of the pedestal are not 90deg.. i.e. if it is a pyramidal trapezoidal pedestal. Then calculate the volume as you normally would a rectangular trapezoidal pedestal, and subtract the volume of the missing triangular pieces with the formula 1/3 area of base X height.

the volume of a trapezoidal prism is equal to the height times the base area of the trapezoid. First you find the area of trapezoid h(a+b)/2 h is the height of the trapezoid, not the height of the prism a is the length of the top b is the length of the bottom Then you find the volume of the trapezoidal prism with this formula H*h(a+b)/2 H is the height of the prism. Multiply H by the area of the trapezoid that you found in step one.

You get the Volume by using formulas. There is usually a specific formula to find the volume of each shape. Some irregular shapes may not have a formula.

Volume = area of cross-section*length

There is no single formula. It depends on the shape of the object whose volume you are trying to find.

It depends on the shape.

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.

That depends what shape you are talking about.

The volume of a rubber stopper can vary depending on its size and shape. To find the volume of a rubber stopper, you can use the formula for the volume of a cylinder or sphere, depending on the shape of the stopper. Measure the dimensions of the stopper and plug them into the appropriate formula to calculate the volume.

It is a set of mathematical operations which have to be carried out, using some measures of an object and possibly mathematical constants, to find the total amount of space which an object occupies.

You get the Volume by using formulas. There is usually a specific formula to find the volume of each shape. Some irregular shapes may not have a formula.

Yes. Although the formula would depend on the shape (e.g Cube, sphere) cool