Q: What object can you use measuring calculus?

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It is necessary because measuring tools help you measure the length of an object accurately.

Calculus will work, if you have an equation describing the precise shape of the object. If you don't (and probably even if you do), it's far easier to actually measure it (by submerging it in water and measuring the amount of water displaced) than it is to calculate it.

It all depends on the objects.

You can use a line graph if your measuring the motion in separate experiments or comparing.

Experimentally, by filling the object with water and measuring the amount of water it takes to fill it. Solving the volume with math requires calculus, or finding the volume of parts of the shape and adding them together.

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It is necessary because measuring tools help you measure the length of an object accurately.

it is the scale to find the mass of a thing even liquid and solid

mass

The answer to this is by collecting the force of an object and measuring it.

Calculus will work, if you have an equation describing the precise shape of the object. If you don't (and probably even if you do), it's far easier to actually measure it (by submerging it in water and measuring the amount of water displaced) than it is to calculate it.

They need to use- well the best thing/object/equipment for them to use is a voltmeter!

It all depends on the objects.

My Calculus class is in third period. Calculus is a noun

You can use a line graph if your measuring the motion in separate experiments or comparing.

It depends on how far the object has travelled; if it's near you can use a ruler, if it's further away, you can use a metre stick or a measuring tape.

There are several meanings to the word 'calculus.' The plural for calculus is 'calculi.' There is no plural for the calculus we use in mathematics.