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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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length x width x height i think

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The volume is the units in a shape or a type of object your working with. It is mainly units in a box, so you would count the boxes and if there would 2 shapes or math objects… in a problem you would count the first units in the first shape or object and count them and then you would take the second units of the 2nd object and count them all together! If your question is 2.5 cm and 13cm the it would be, 130 plus 205 then it would be 335. (MORE)

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Volume is measured in "cubic" units. You can think of the volume of a figure sort of as the number of cubes required to fill it completely, like blocks in a box -- but that's …only sort of, because most three-dimensional shapes, including spheres (round balls) and pyramids, don't have flat surfaces at right angles the way a box does. Volume of a cube = side times side times side. Since each side of a square is the same, it can simply be the length of one side cubed. If a cube has one side of 4 inches, the volume would be 4 inches times 4 inches times 4 inches, or 64 cubic inches. (Cubic inches can also be written in3.) Be sure to use the same units for all measurements. You cannot multiply feet times inches times yards, it doesn't make a perfectly cubed measurement. The volume of a rectangular prism is the length on the side times the width times the height. If the width is 4 inches, the length is 1 foot and the height is 3 feet, what is the volume? NOT CORRECT .... 4 times 1 times 3 = 12 CORRECT.... 4 inches is the same as 1/3 feet. Volume is 1/3 feet times 1 foot times 3 feet = 1 cubic foot (or 1 cu. ft., or 1 ft3). ALSO CORRECT.... 1 ft = 12 in. 3 ft = 3 x 12 = 36 in. So W x L x H = 4 x 12 x 36 = 1728 in3. (MORE)

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In Volume

Most canned goods have their volume printed on their label in fluid ounces, milliliters (ml) or liters. The volume of a cylindrical can may be calculated by using the formula …Volume = pi × radius × radius × height (pi is approximately 3.14). For example, a can 6 cm wide (radius = 3cm) and 10 cm high, V = 3.14 x 3cm x 3cm x 10cm = 283cm3 = 283ml = 0.283 liters. (MORE)

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For one, it is spelled "V-O-L-U-M-E". Just thought you should know that!! And the formula for volume is length times width times height!! Your very welcome!!

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step 1: get a water tank, larger than the bathtub in bathroom, smaller than a swimming pool. step 2: make calibrations of volume on the tank, i.e. water level indicator. st…ep 3: fill water in it, enough to drown you completely, take reading of the water level then. say R1. step 4: get into the tank, without splashing water, make sure no water spills out of tank. submerge completely with head also inside the water. take reading(ask someone to do so). say R2. R2-R1= your volume. the difference in volume is your body volume. (MORE)

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Well, if you have a closed jar, the volume of air inside is exactlythe volume of the jar. That's a hint, not a complete answer,though.

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this law was governed by gaylussac's law in which we can calculate volume of any gas from given value of volume

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Unless you are in a reality where nothing has to do with itself, volume has everything to do with volume as it is itself.