# 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

### The similar properties of liquid gas and solid?

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.

### Is a polyhedron a solid?

Polyhedron is a geometric solid in three dimensions with flat faces and straight edges.

### Why is a hexahedron considered a polyhedron?

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 in concrete?

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

### What kind of polygon is a cube?

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.

### How many sides does a polyhedron have?

A polyhedron is a solid shape with many sides. The word "polyhedron" does not specify a number of sides.

### Is a triangle a polyhedron?

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?

False -apex-

### How do the shape and volume of a substance differ among its solid liquid and gas?

The volume of the solid and liquid state of a material are similar but not identical. The gas state has a larger volume.

### How do you calculate the density of a solid if it has a mass of g and a volume of cm?

The density is the ratio between the mass and volume: d=M/V.

### Is a heptagon a polyhedron?

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.

### What is the difference between a geometric solid than a polyhedron?

A polyhedron is in a subclass of geometric solids. The difference is that a polyhedron must have flat faces and straight edges.

### Does a polyhedron have 5 faces?

A polyhedron is any 3D solid (such as a cube) - therefore, it can have any number of faces.

### Is a trapezoidal prism a polyhedron?

Yes, a trapezoidal prism is a polyhedron. A polyhedron is a solid three dimensional object with flat face, straight edges and sharp corners.

### Why is a pyramid a polyhedron?

A pyramid, as well as any other solid figure bounded by plane polygons or faces, is a polyhedron.

### What is an irregular polyhedron?

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.

### Definition of a regular polyhedron?

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 a platonic solid and a polyhedron?

WHat is the difference between polyheron and platonic solid

### Is a sphere a polyhedron or geometric solid?

A sphere is a geometric solid because it has 3 dimentions.

### What is solid that bounded by polygon?

A solid cannot be bounded by one polygon. A solid bounded by polygons is called a polyhedron.

### Is a polyhedron a two-dimensional solid bounded by intersecting planes?

A polyhedron is a three-dimensional object, not two-dimensional.

### What is the Formula for area of volume?

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.

### What is meant by the word face in terms of platonic solid?

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

### Is every solid a polyhedron?

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.

### What does Polyhedron mean in maths?

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.

### How would you calculate the sirface area -to- volume ratio?

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 ].

### What is the ratio of mass to volume of each broken piece or set of pieces?

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.

### What does polyhedron mean in Greek?

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.

### Why is a cone not called a polyhedron?

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.

### What is a polyhedron with parallel edge intersect by two parallel line?

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.

### What is a Solid figure that has 20 faces?

A polyhedron with 20 faces is called an icosahedron.

### What is the definition of a polyhendron?

If you mean polyhedron - it is solid figure having many faces

### What do you call a polyhedron with faces that are all congruent regular polygons?

Its a platonic solid :)