How do you calculate the surface area to volume ratio of a cylinder?
Surface Area = 2*pi*(r^2) + 2*pi*r*h
Volume = pi*(r^2)*h
For a cylinder with a radius of r and a height of h.
The ratio then is:
[ 2*pi*(r^2) + 2*pi*r*h ] / [ pi*(r^2)*h ] =
(2/h) + (2/r) =
2*(r+h)/rh where r is the radius and h the height of the cylinder.
Surface area to volume ratio can be calculated by taking area and dividing by volume.
The surface-area-to-volume ratio may be calculated as follows: -- Find the surface area of the shape. -- Find the volume of the shape. -- Divide the surface area by the volume. The quotient is the surface-area-to-volume ratio.
Calculate or measure the surface area of object = A Calculate or measure the volume of object = V The required ratio is A/V
Calculate the surface area = A Calculate the volume = V Divide A by V.
1) Calculate the area 2) Calculate the volume 3) Divide the area by the volume to get the ratio
The idea is to (1) calculate the surface area, (2) calculate the volume, (3) divide the first by the second.
You measure or calculate the surface area; you measure or calculate the volume and then you divide the first by the second. The surface areas and volumes will, obviously, depend on the shape.
1. Calculate the surface area 2. Calculate the volume 3. Divide
Divide the total surface area of the cell by the cell's volume.
Calculate the surface area volume ratio of surface area to volume of an imaginary cubic cell measuring 4 cm on each side?
Surface Area =6 a2= 96 Volume=a3= 64 Ratio of area to volume=84:64 = 21:16
Divide the surface area by the volume. . Its not a fixed ratio, its an algorithm, either way. sa = surface area v = volume > volume from surface area: v = 1.333 * pi * (square root ( sa / ( 4 * pi) ) )3 > surface area from volume: sa = 4 * pi * ( cube root ( ( (v * 0.75 ) / pi ) ) )2 Answer: The above… Read More
if cells surface area is 6 and its volume is 1cm then what is its ratio of surface are volume to volume
To obtain the ratio of surface area to volume, divide the surface area by the volume.
Calculate the surface-area-to-volume ratio of a 1 mm cube and a 2 mm cube Which has the smaller ratio?
1mm cube has volume of 1mm3 and a surface area of 6*(1*1) = 6mm² 2mm cube has a volume of 8mm3 and a surface area of 6(2*2)=24mm² Ratio for 1mm cube is 6-1 and ratio for 2mm cube is 3-1 ■
You use the formula for surface area divided by the formula for volume and simplify. Surface area of a cylinder= 2 pi r2 + 2 pi r h The volume is pi * r2 * h So the ratio is (2 pi r2 + 2 pi r h)/(pi * r2 * h) All that is left is to simplify by factoring out an r and Pi for example.
Surface area of cell is divided volume of cell to get surface to volume ratio . If surface area is 8 cm2 and volume is 2 cm2 . The ratio would be 4:1 .
surface area to volume ratio can be solved by solving the surface are of something and the volume of something then putting them together EXAMPLE: if it is a cube with 4 cm on each side it would be 6(4)^2 = 6(16)=96cm and volume would be 4^3= 64 so ratio would be 96:64 which can be simplified 3:2 or 3 to 2
where is the answer to what is meant by each of the following terms:cell volume, surface area, ratio of surface area to volume?
The smaller the cell the larger the ratio of surface area to volume. A 1 inch cube has a 6:1 surface area to volume ratio. A 2 inch cube has a 3:2 surface area to volume ratio. A 3 inch cube has a 6:9 surface area to volume ratio.
well the answer for an orange and apples is 13 oranges and 8 apples the ratio would be 13:8 so measure the animal ad find the volume of the animal and put it as a ratio
Surface ratio is squared while the volume ratio is cubed.
which of the cells has the greatest surface to volume ratio
What is the ratio of surface area to volume for a sphere with the following measurements surface area 300m2 volume 500m3?
0.6 is the surface area to volume ratio.
please give me how to calculate the volume from molar ratio and give example
The volume is the ratio Mass/Density. You need the density of this oil to calculate the volume. Or - weight 75 g oil in a graduated cylinder and read the volume.
Since there is no specific information on the size of the cell we'll assume for simplicity's sake that it is cuboidal. Calculate the surface area of the cell.Area of a side times 6 Calculate the volume of the cell. LengthXWidthXHeight So a 2.5cm cube would have a volume of 15.625 cm3 The area of the cube would be 2.5X2.5=37.5 cm2 The ratio is 37.5:15.625 or 2.4:1 As the size of the cell increases the surface… Read More
to obtain the ratio of surface area to volume, divide the surface area by the volume.
The surface-area-to-volume ratio is the amount of surface area per unit volume of an object. The greater the diameter of the object, the less surface area it has relative to its volume.
As a cell grows, its volume increases as does its surface area. However, the ratio of surface area to volume decreases.
The larger the cell, the smaller the ratio of surface area to volume.
As volume increases surface area increase, but the higher the volume the less surface area in the ratio. For example. A cube 1mmx1mmx1mm has volume of 1mm3 surface area of 6mm2 which is a ration of 1:6 and a cube of 2mmx2mmx2mm has a volume of 8mm3 and surface area of 24mm2 which is a ratio of 1:3.
The shape affects the ratio of surface area to volume. The greater the surface are to volume ratio, the faster the magma will cool.
The ratio of surface area to volume increases. The area of a sphere is proportional to its radius squared. Volume is proportional to radius cubed. As the radius increases, the volume increases more than the surface area. As the radius decreases, the volume decreases more than the surface area, so the ratio of surface area to volume increases.
Concept The surface-area-to-volume ratio is calculated by dividing the surface area by the volume of any object. If you know the formula for the surface area and the volume of an object, then simply compute (surface area) / (volume) to calculate the surface-area-to-volume ratio. The actual surface-area-to-volume ratio of any object depends upon that object's shape and geometry. Cube Consider a cube with equal sides of length x. The cube has six faces (top, bottom… Read More
No. A sphere has the smallest surface to volume ratio possible and a basketball is nearly spherical in shape (it has surface dimpling and seams).
As the cell gets bigger, the surface to volume ratio gets smaller.
What happens to a cells ratio of surface area to volume as the cell's volume increases more rapidly than its surface area?
The cell's ratio of surface area to volume would decrease if its volume increases more rapidly than its surface area.
yes heat loss is affected by diameter, circumference and surface area. Heat loss depends on the surface area : volume ratio.......the larger this is the more heat is lost if a cylinder having the same volume but a different surface area...(therefre radius and circumference is different)........the cylinder having the larger surface area will loose heat fastest
The surface-to-volume ratio is a mathematical relationship between the volume of an object and the amount of surface area it has. This ratio often plays an important role in biological structures. An increase in the radius will increase the surface area by a power of two, but increase the volume by a power of three.
What happens to a cell's ratio of surface area to volume as the cell's volume increases more rapidly than its surface area?
The ratio decreases.
What happens to a cells surface area to volume ratio as it increases in size?
As the surface to volume ratio increases the rate of in exchange increases too.
What happens to a cell's ratio of surface area to volume as the cell's volume increases more rapidly than surface area?
The ratio decreases.
devide the surface area by the volume.
This is because of the surface to volume ratio. A small mammal has a larger surface area, as compared to its volume, than a large mammal does, so a small mammal's surface area to volume ratio is bigger. A large surface to volume ratio causes things to pass into the organism and out of the organism more easily, so a mammal with a large surface to volume ratio (a small mammal) will lose heat more… Read More
A four cylinder engine has a capacity of 2 liters it has a compression ratio of 10 to 1 calculate the volume?
The volume of the combustion chamber? (2000 cc / 4) / 10 = 50 cc per chamber
As the cell grows larger the ratio of surface area to volume increases. Larger cell = more volume for the amount surface area.
Calculate the surface area volume and ratio of surface area to volume of an imaginary cubic cell measuring 4 cm on each side?
surface area of cube = 6a2 = 6 x42 = 84 cm. Volume of cube= a3= 4 x 4 x 4= 64 cm Ration of surface area : volume = 84:64 = 21:16
It is 3:1. This is because volume of a cone is pi/3*r*r*h while vol of a cylinder is pi*r*r*h.