A square is a two-dimensional figure; it has no "volume".
A square only has area, not volume.
Volume of a square = length*width*height
The formula that expresses the volume of a square isV = 0 .A square is a 2-dimensional (flat) shape, so it has no volume.
Area is to square feet as volume is to cubic feet.
A square has an area not a volume. Here are some equations for a cube and a square area of a square = length² volume of a cube = length³ Remember that units are very important.
With great difficulty. A volume is a cubic - or 3-dimensional - measure. So a volume square is a hyper-volume in 6-dimesional space.
Volume is in 3D objects, so you should say volume for a cube. Area is for 2D objects, that is area for square. Volume for cube = side * side * side Area of square = side * side
25 square inches is a measure of area and can't be converted to a volume.
There are none because a square can't be expressed in terms of volume
No - a square metre is a unit of area. A cubic metre is a unit of volume.
It means that it is wrong because volume is measured in cubic units.
volume is to a cube volume is to a cube
The question is meaningless. A square is a plane figure which has "area" and not "volume" as in a sphere..
None ... gallons is a measurement of volume, square feet is area not volume.
Volume of square = 0, whatever its size. A square is a 2-dimensional object and 2-d objects do not have volumes.
A square is two dimentional and has an area (side X side = # of square inches) A square has no volume unless it is three dimentional, in which case, it would be a cube and not a square.
Volume does not, surface area does.
There is no volume of a square, but a cube has volume and its equation is V=lenght*width*height or because all of the sides are equal for a cube side*side*side
Assuming the volume has a base area of the given square kilometers and a depth of the given kilometers, multiply the square kilometers by the kilometers to get the volume in cubic kilometers. Otherwise there is no conversion possible.
None exist. A square is a measurement of area, length is a linear measurement and volume is a capacity. To find the lengths of a square from the area, take the square root of the area. To find the lengths of a cube from the volume, take the cube root of the volume. To clarify: Area refers to a two-dimensional space. Volume is three dimensional, and thus appropriate for a cube or ball, not a square or circle.
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.
No, you cube it
Vol = 0 That is because a square is a 2-dimensional object and 2-d objects do not have a volume.