Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry
Describe 3 ways to find out which has bigger volume?
You can use either your eyes, calculate the volume or practically pour liquids in a given container to find out which one has a bigger volume. ...
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How to find side of a cube if the volume is given?
Find the cube root of the volume. Volume of a cube = length of side^3 therefore length of side = volume^(1/3) ...
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What would make the volume of 3 identical marbles different?
If the marbles are identical, the volume is the same. If you want, you can use different units and it looks like the volume is different. ...
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How do you find the volume of an cloud droplet?
If you have a Radium...by converting your nanometers to Radius...you can plug it in.... V= 4 (pie)*r^3/3 This is an example for a ordinary cloud droplet. The answer on top is different calculation and you will get a different answer. And remember r = radius. Example 4(3.14)*.025mm^3/3....your answer is....Volume=6.54498 ...
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How do you find the density of a sphere given its mass and radius?
Density = mass/ volume volume= 4/3(pie)(r^3) ***r= radius in meters** so find volume then divide mass by volume and there you go. ...
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What are 3 different ways you can classify mixtures?
1.Density. (The weight of matter in a liquid.) 2.Volume. (The amount of space matter takes up.) 3.Weight. (How heavy matter is depending on the gravity.) ...
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How many Ways can you arrange 3 of 6 books on a shelf from left to right?
3 from 6 = 6 x 5 x 4 x 3 x 2)/3 x 2 x 3 x 2 = 20 different sets of 3 which can then be arranged 3 x 2 different ways so the answer is 120. See if you can find them all! ...