The ratio of the volume of two similar solid polyhedron?
It is the cube of the ratio of lengths of their edges.
is equal to the (ratio of corresponding edges)^3
Liquids: Liquids do not have a set shape, similar to gases, but do have a set volume similar to a solid. Gas: Gases do not have a set shape, which is similar to a liquid and also don't have a set volume. Solid: A solid does have a set volume similar to a liquid and also a has a set shape.
The volume is the ratio mass/density for all materials.
Polyhedron is a geometric solid in three dimensions with flat faces and straight edges.
A polyhedron is a solid shape with four or more polygonal faces. A hexahedron is a solid shape with six polygonal faces and so is a particular type of polyhedron.
Gel space ratio is the ratio of volume of hydrated solids in pores to the total volume of pores available before hydration. It's given by X = (volume of gel) / (volume of gel + volume of pores) where Gel is solid hydrated product
A cube is a solid figure called a polyhedron. A polyhedron is a solid figure with all flat faces. So a cone would be a solid figure but not a polyhedron becasue it has a curve and does not have all flat faces.
A polyhedron is a solid shape with many sides. The word "polyhedron" does not specify a number of sides.
A triangle is not a polyhedron. A triangle is a two-dimensional figure, and a polyhedron is a three-dimensional solid. An example of a triangular-shaped polyhedron is a pyramid.
The ratio of the volumes of two similar solid polyhedra is equal to the square of the ratio between their edges?
The volume of the solid and liquid state of a material are similar but not identical. The gas state has a larger volume.
They both have a practically fixed volume.
The density is the ratio between the mass and volume: d=M/V.
No, because a polyhedron is a solid with many flat faces. A heptagon is not a 3-D figure. However, a pyramid or prism would be a polyhedron.
A polyhedron is in a subclass of geometric solids. The difference is that a polyhedron must have flat faces and straight edges.
A polyhedron is any 3D solid (such as a cube) - therefore, it can have any number of faces.
Yes, a trapezoidal prism is a polyhedron. A polyhedron is a solid three dimensional object with flat face, straight edges and sharp corners.
A pyramid, as well as any other solid figure bounded by plane polygons or faces, is a polyhedron.
A Platonic solid?
An irregular polyhedron is a solid shape in which either all edges are not the same length, or all faces are not congruent polygons or all [solid] angles are not of the same measure.
A regular polyhedron is a solid shape in which all edges are the same length, all faces are congruent polygons and all [solid] angles are of the same measure.
WHat is the difference between polyheron and platonic solid
A sphere is a geometric solid because it has 3 dimentions.
A solid cannot be bounded by one polygon. A solid bounded by polygons is called a polyhedron.
A polyhedron is a three-dimensional object, not two-dimensional.
There is no such polyhedron.
They are faces the polyhedron.
After approximately 10 seconds of research through google, I found several resources with this information. Finding the surface area of a solid from the volume is done using an area to volume ratio. This ratio is found in differing ways depending on which shape one is working with.
A platonic solid is a special kind of polyhedron. A polyhedron is a 3-D figure whose faces are polygons. In a platonic solid all faces are identical regular polygons. A polyhedron has faces, edges, and vertices. The numbers of each are related by Euler's formula, V+F=E+2
No. By definition a polyhedron has to have faces (flat surfaces), edges, and vertices. A sphere, hemisphere, and a cylinder are all solids but are not polyhedra.
Does a solid have a volume
It is a polyhedron.
They are called faces of the polyhedron.
I don't know if this is correct. In geometry, a polyhedron is a three-dimensional solid formed from flat planar faces with straight edges. For a regular polyhedron, each side has the same shape and dimensions.
You have to know what kind of solid shape you're talking about. For a cube with edges of length 's', the ratio is [ 6/s ]. For a sphere with radius of 'R', the ratio is [ 3/R ].
If the pieces came from a solid object of uniform density then the ratio is the same for each piece. But if not, the ratios need to be calculated separately.
It is Greek for "having many bases". In geometry, a polyhedron is a three-dimensional solid formed from flat planar faces with straight edges. For a regular polyhedron, each side has the same shape and dimensions.
A polyhedron is a solid object bounded by polygons. Polygons are plane shapes [bounded by straight lines]. The curved surface of a cone is not a polygon and so the cone is not bounded by polygons and therefore, a cone is not a polyhedron.
It is unlikely that the question is about a polyhedron which is a 3-dimensional solid bounded by polygons. The minimum number of edges for a polyhedron is 6: the question appears to suggest just 4.
A polyhedron with 20 faces is called an icosahedron.
If you mean polyhedron - it is solid figure having many faces
A solid figure with many sides such as a pyramid
Its a platonic solid :)