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The volume of any cube is the product of its length times it's width times it height. In the example of a cube assuming all sides and height are the same length, the volume is… simply the length of any one side cubed. ie. X^3 (MORE)

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In the solid and liquid states of matter, volume is constant because the amount of matter does not change. In a gas however volume can change because of the amount of pressure… and the temperature, which heats up the particles making them move around more and take up more space. (MORE)

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This is one of those ideas that have just grown with us as wedeveloped from our ape-like ancestors. However, Archimedes isfamous for figuring out how to measure it.

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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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It generally describes the amount of space something takes up. Or, it could refer to the amplitude of a sound wave. Or it could refer to a book - usually in a series of books…. (MORE)

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Volume of a cylinder is pi x radius squared x height. Volume (V) of a cylinder is V=pi*r2*h where r is the radius of the cylinder and h is the height of the cylinder. Valu…e of pi=3.14 (The pi x r2 is the area of a cross section of the cylinder.) (MORE)

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(2*w)*w*(w+7)=21ft3 A rectangle is a 2-dimensional shape and so cannot have a volume. Its area is Length x Width , in square measurement units.

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Mirrored volume is basically a representation of volume copies. This type of data is collected over long periods of time.

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To figure out volume you must multiply: Base(you need area of base so you would also multiply width) x Height. Usually you would say b x w x h because as a I said …you need the area of the base then you multiply by height. With triangular prisms is different because you again need area of base but to figure out area of a triangle the formula is 1/2 x base x height so after you do that you multiply by height. For the rectangular formula is base x width x height. Example: A rectangular prism has a base of 4 cm a width of 5 cm and a height of 7 cm. What is the volume? Just multiply 4 x 5 x 7= 140 cm^3. You put the little 3 on top because it is a 3 dimensional shape and also because you are using three measurements to figure it out. * * * * * The above answer is OK as far as it goes but it is incomplete and downright misleading in some cases. The volume of a pyramid or cone is NOT the area of the base multiplied by the heigh, but one third of that. The volume of a sphere is 4/3*pi*r^3. (MORE)

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2.5 million cubic feet...well according to the following website that is how much air is circulated throughout the building so it stand to reason that this is the volume. but …it does have a few dimensions for the building listed i just don't have the time to figure it out (MORE)