The volume of a uniform geometric object is usually determined by?
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If the object is a thin lamina with uniform thickness (e.g. a piece of paper), the the centre of gravity of the object is at its geometrical centre. It can be determined by suspending a load (e.g. pendulum) on an edge of the lamina twice and the point where the plumb lines intersect is the centre of gravity.
The center of gravity is the theoretical point where all the body weight is concentrated or the theoretical point about which the body weight is evenly distributed. If a body is of uniform density and has a symmetrical shape the center of gravity is in the geometric center. If the object is not symmetrical and does not have uniform density, it is more difficult to describe the location of its center of gravity.
some of the main features of cubism are the breaking down of an object into it's fundamental geometric shapes; the parts are then replaced in a single plane of (usually) a painting, so that there is a single surface and multiple geometric figures. This technique attempts to force the viewer to perceive the fundamental shape of the object, rather than just looking at the object and assigning it an identity based on memory of similar…
"Uniform acceleration" means that acceleration doesn't change over time - usually for a fairly short time that you are considering. This is the case, for example, when an object drops under Earth's gravity - and air resistance is insignificant. "Non-uniform acceleration", of course, means that acceleration does change over time.
Wikipedia defines geometric shape as follows: A geometric shape is the geometric information which remains when location, scale, orientation and reflection are removed from the description of a geometric object. The above definition does not address the fact that non-mathematical attributes, such as colour, taste, smell, temperature, and so on can also be removed.
The method for determining the volume of a solid depends on its shape. The volume of a solid object with a regular geometric shape (rectangular box, cube, cylinder, sphere) can be determined using the volume formula for the shape. Because many objects are not regularly shaped their volume cannot be determined using a volume formula. The volume of these objects can be found by water displacement. A volume of water sufficient to cover the object…
it can be measured if the mass of the object is known,,by imerging it into a known density and volume of liquid-like substance like water, now measure the displacement which give clue on it uniform volume. Then divide its mass by its volume. The result is now the the density of the non uniform object.
-- The distance/time graph for an object in uniform motion is a straight line, which may be sloped. -- The distance/time graph for an object in non-uniform motion may be a line that isn't straight. But even if the graph is a straight line, that's not enough to guarantee that the object's motion is uniform ... the distance/time graph reveals the object's speed, but not the direction of its motion.
The density of a non-uniform object can be found by using its mass and volume. The volume can be measured by placing the object in volumetric glassware filled with water. The increase in volume is equal to the volume of the object. The object can then be weighed using a scale. The density of the object will be given by the ratio of mass / volume.