The formula for the volume of a solid (not a sphere) is V=Bh, or the volume (V) equals the area of the base (B, or bh) multipied by the height of the solid (h).
It depends on the solid.
The formula used to calculate the volume of a recrangular solid is:L*W*H=V
The formula used to calculate the volume of a rectangular solid is: L*W*H=V
Formula for the volume Expansion for a solid is αV=1VdVdT and Isotropic materials is αV=3αL.
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Mass/volume or mass/density
the volume of a regular solid is the area of it's base multiplied by it's height.
The formula is Length * Width * Height.
The formula for the volume of numbers is V=Bh, where B is the area of the base and h is the height of the solid.
There kind of solid object will determine the formula that will be used to find its volume.
The formula for a rectangular solid is to multiply the measurements of Length(L), Width(W) and Height(H). Ex: L x W x H = Volume
length by width by height
Volume= length times width times height
Area of the end = 3.1416 x R squared x Height = volume
There is not really a formula for a cuboid. Cuboids are solid figures with 6 faces. There are formulas for area and volume of a cuboid.
length x width x height
Does a solid have a volume
a solid consists of a cuboid, to which a quadrant of a cylinder is attached. AE=20cm,ED=30cm,DC=20cm and CR=70cm. Calculate the volume of the solid.
There is no formula for finding the volume of an irregular solid. One method is water displacement which works as follows: Fill a graduated container with water and read off the volume of water. Then you submerge the irregular shaped solid in the water and measure the volume inside the container again. The difference between the two levels is the volume of the solid. This clearly cannot work for solids that are soluble in water. Other fluids may have to be used in such cases. Also, it will not work if the solid floats on water, but in that case you can submerge it using additional weights (whose volume you have measured).
Use the water displacement method(FV-IV) then usew this formula: density=mass/volume.
all you do is multiply LxWxH and that's it making the formula of V=LWH
just multiply length by height by depth/width.
Eureka!There really isn't a "formula" for discovering the volume of an irregularly shaped solid. Instead, submerge the irregular solid in water and measure the volume of water it displaces to discover its volume. The ExperimentFor finding the volume of an irregular solid we just fully dip (submerge) it in a water tank which is fully filled with water and is attached to an another tank (a cylindrical overflow tank) through a pipe. With the setup in place, we put the solid into the full tank. The solid will displace water, which will flow through the pipe into the overflow tank. Further, the volume of the water the solid displaces will be equal to the volume of that irregular solid. Now we calculate the volume of water in the overflow tank using the depth of that water and the diameter of the tank. The volume of the displaced water will equal the volume of the irregularly shaped solid.There will generally not be a formula and the volume will have to be measured in some other way.
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 is placed in a graduated cylinder and the volume read. The object is added to the cylinder and the volume read again. The difference between the two volumes is the volume of the object.
V= lwh V= volume l=length w= width h=height