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# How do you find the volume of a triagluar?

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"triangular" is an adjective - it is not enough to define a shape. You can have a triangular pyramid or a triangular prism and there will be different methods to calculate their volumes.

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## Related Questions  It depends on what you want to find the volume of! Yes, you can find the volume of an oval. You can find the volume of an irregular object by splitting it into shapes that you can find the volume for. Triangles are easiest. You times the length by the width by the height to find volume. To find the density do mass divided by volume. You find the length and height of the shape, them you find the volume  You cannot find density without volume. Density = mass/volume find the volume of the shape first and then take away the volume of the holes The volume of the water displaced is equal to the volume of this object. Measuring the volume of the water displaced we find the volume of the object. Find the volume then divide the mass by the volume. You have to find out its mass, and its volume. Then you divide its mass by its volume. That depends on the volume of what but volume is measured in cubic units. To find the volume of an object you must multiply the height by the width by the length. Expression:(HxWxL=Volume) to find the volume you do base times width times height. Find its volume. Divide the mass by the volume to get the density.   haha u cant find the volume of a circle, you can only find the volume of a 3-D shape find the volume of the pool find the volume of one gallon in whatever unit you are using. divide pool volume by gallon volume To find the volume of a regular shape - multiply the height by the width by the depth. To find the volume of a figure, multiply the length, width, and height of the object. devise a method to find the volume of a piece of cork You cannot find the volume of a square. You can find the volume of a cube, which is finding the length of one edge of the cube and taking that to the third power, or cubing it. You have to know the shape of the container that the water is in first, then you can find the formula to find the volume of that particular shape

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