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In Geometry

Well most of the time there is nothing such as the volume of a triangle but there is cone and pyramid... Cone is 1/3 x pi x radius squared x height Pyramid 1/3 x area of base …x height I think... (MORE)

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The amount of 3-dimensional space occupied by a substance or an object is its volume. A gas, when heated, can expand to many times the volume it had at room temperature. An ob…ject having length, width, and height of 1 meter has a volume of 1 cubic meter. 1. volume is the space occupied by gas or solid content bulk . 2. volume in mathematics is the measurement of the space it ( the solid) takes up 3.any thing that takes up space The definition of volume is the amount of space an object takes up. The units of volume are often in a unit cubed (as explained earlier, volume is a result of the length by the width by the height of an object). For instance, centimetres cubed or metres cubed. Litres (a common unit of volume), though you may not recognise it as 3 dimensional, is 1000cm3 (it is also known as a dm3). Volume can also refer to the level of noise something is at, such as a radio or television or one book as in "a volume of poetry" (MORE)

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Volume of the Earth. 4 x ¶(6378.15)3 /3 = 10.8687 x 1020 m3 Radius from the centre of the Earth to the top of the troposphere: = 6378.15 + 16 = 6394.15 km Volume t…o the top of the troposphere. 4 x ¶(6394.15)3 /3 = 10.9506 x 1020 m3 Volume of the troposphere. [10.9506 - 10.8687 ] x1020 m3 = 8.14 x 1018 m3 Assuming the density of the air is constant throughout the volume (the density is not constant as it decreases rapidly with height; it is 1.225 kg/m3 on the Earth's surface and 0.1654 kg/m3 at the top of the troposphere, 16 km): (MORE)

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In Volume

The volume of a standard hexagon can be given by the product of 6 times the length of one side of the hexagon and the height. Note that for a hexagon to have volume, it mu…st have another dimension that is height. (MORE)

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volume can be calculated from weight and density using the formula,volume=weight/density.It can be measured by using jars by measuring the volume of fluid displaced by the sto…ne(put stone into a fully filled jar with water.Measure the volme of water overflown gives the volume of stone). (MORE)

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In Science

The volume of graphite is dependent on its mass and density. You can calculate it only if you know the sample's mass and density. The same goes for any other substance or obje…ct. (MORE)

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The volume of a stone or any irregular solid non-porous object can be determined by placing the object slowly into a container filled with water up to the very top. The water …that runs over the edge of the container must be collected and measured in another container, such as a cylinder type or rectangular/square shape from which a square area can be calculated to determine the displaced volume of water. (MORE)

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the volume of space is continually getting bigger. recently it was observed that the rate of expansion in actually increasing, that is to say it's getting bigger faster. back …in the late seventies it was estimated that the universe could contain 10^128 (10 with 128 zeros after it) electrons but i haven't heard anything else on the subject since (MORE)

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Volume percent (v/v %) is defined as: volume percent = [(volume of solute) / (volume of solution)] x 100% Volume percent is handy when preparing solutions of liquids. Conc…entration of a solution can be stated in volume percentages. Be aware that volume of solution is in formula denominator, not volume of solvent. Thus to get 10% v/v solution of ethanol in water you can take 10 ml of ethanol and add enough water to have total 100 ml of resulting solution. It is worth to mention volumes of solute and solvent cannot be simply added to get volume of solution. For instance if you add 10 ml of ethanol to 90 ml of water the volume of the solution will be less than 100 ml. (MORE)

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The volume of a liquid is the amount of space occupied by the liquid. The volume of a liquid is the amount of space occupied by the liquid. The volume of a liquid is the amo…unt of space occupied by the liquid. The volume of a liquid is the amount of space occupied by the liquid. (MORE)