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Answered 2010-09-23 22:27:38

There is no such thing as a 3-dimensional triangle. A triangle is a 2-dimensional figure. So, depending on what you mean exactly, the volume can vary. In the case of a pyramid - whether it has a triangular base, a rectangular base, or any other base - the volume is (1/3) Bh, that is, 1/3 times the area of the base times the perpendicular height.

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There is none because a triangle is a 2D shape -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- There is not one. Triangles are two dimensional, volume is three dimensional, a triangle can therefore have an area but not a volume.


There is not one. Triangles are two dimensional, volume is three dimensional, a triangle can therefore have an area but not a volume.


There is none because a triangle is a 2D shape and volume measures 3D shapes ----------------------------------------------------------------- There is not one. Triangles are two dimensional, volume is three dimensional, a triangle can therefore have an area but not a volume.


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A triangle is a 2 dimensional object, it doesn't have a volume.


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An ellipse is 2-dimensional; it has no volume. The area of an ellipse is pi * A * B, where A and B are the lengths of its axes.


Vol = 0 That is because a square is a 2-dimensional object and 2-d objects do not have a volume.


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0. A triangle is a 2-dimensional object and so its volume - which requires a 3-dimensional object - is always zero.


You can't. Volume is only for 3 dimensional shapes. You won't find a way of using volume in any kind of 2 dimensional stuff.