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Q: The measure of the space a solid figure occupies is?

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It is volume.

Its volume.

You are finding the volume of the solid figure.To find the volume of a solid figure, depending on the size of the object, you can use a graduated cylinder. You can fill the cylinder up to x amount of water and then measure the amount after dropping the solid into the water, and then subtract the amount before, from the amount after, to get the volume of a solid. You can also use simple mathematics to figure the volume of the solid. There are different formulas for calculating volume for different types of solid figures.

Volume of an object is a measure of the space occupied by objects.

The short answer is a solid.

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The measure of the amount of space a solid figure is Volume

The measure of the amount of space a solid figure is Volume

It is volume.

Its volume.

There is no "space" inside a solid figure (body).However the solid figure can be measured in terms of its volume (the amount of space it occupies).

It is its cubic capacity

That's a description of the volume of a solid. The volume of an object is the amount of 3-dimentional space that object occupies.

The volume of a solid object is a measure of the total amount of space the object occupies. The surface area of a solid object is a measure of the total area that the surface of the object occupies.

Yes. A solid occupies space. All matter occupies space.

The amount of space a 2-D figure occupies is known as area.

Measure of the amount of matter that occupies a particular space is NEWTON.

Volume is a measure of how much space that is occupied.Matter is anything that occupies space and has mass.

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