What is the ratio of the diameter of a table top to the width of the base?
This involves several factors, size of table, intended use, design, there are "GENERAL" formula's out there, for certain designs. It comes down to intended use and its stability. Example: In bowl turning, the general formula is 2/3 bowl area, 1/3 base area, this is for beauty an balance to the eye, that said, I have also seen bowls that shatter that formula and are still beautiful an pleasing. My suggestion is go to a furniture store and find a table that you like that is similar, then take some measurements. Good-Luck
A round bath is a cylinder. The volume of a cylinder = area of the base x perpendicular height. Area of the base is πr2 (pi x radius x radius). The radius is half the diameter. The diameter is the width of the circular base. The perpendicular height will be the depth of the water, whether it's up to the top or up to where you have a bath.
V = ⅓•π•r²•h Where: - V: Volume of Cone - π: Constant (Ratio of Circumference to Diameter for any Circle) - r: Radius of Base - h: Vertical Height Tsa = π•r(r+√(r²+h²)) = π•r(r+l) Where: - Tsa: Total Surface Area (i.e. Base inclusive) - π: Constant (Ratio of Circumference to Diameter for any Circle) - r: Radius of Base - h: Vertical Height - l: Slant Height = √(r²+h²) (Using Pythagorean Theorem) SA = π•r(√(r²+h²))…
What is the ratio of the volumes of a sphere and a cone with the base diameter and the altitude of the cone equal to the diameter of the sphere?
The ratio is given as the sphere volume divided by the volume of the cone. The volume of a sphere that satisfies these conditions is 4/3 x pi x r cubed, and the volume for the cone is 2/3 x pi x r cubed, where r is the radius and pi is equal to 3.14. Dividing these two volumes, you find the resulting ratio is 2.
Well, it depends on the area of the shape you are trying to find, if its: square: length times width triangle: base times height divided by 2 circle: 3.14 times radius squared trapezoid: base 1 plus base 2 times height divided by 2 A U shaped figure is probably half of a circle and a rectangle. The diameter of the circle is the same as the width of the rectangle.
This depends on a) the screen ratio - is it 4:3 or the more modern 16:9 b) what exactly the 50 inches measures - is it the 'base' of the set, or of the screen? If it is the base of the set, then we don't have enough data. If it is the base of the screen then the diagonal is found by the right-angled triangle formula Diagonal2 = Height2 plus Width2 If the ratio…
Totem poles come in many sized from 2 meters to those erected by the Haida of Haida Gwaii and the Tsimshian which could be 30 meters all. The diameter is not consistent among these many sized and the individual poles taper so the diameter changes with height as well. The large poles could be over a metre in diameter at the base.
What is the length and width of a parrellelogram that has a base of 9 and a perimeter of 30 and a area of 36?
In order to determine the ratio of the surface area and volume, you must first determine the ratio between the given heights. In order to do this you must divide 7 by 3, which gives you 2 and 1/3. Using this ratio, the surface area would increase by squaring 2 and 1/3, which is about 5.4444. You would square the ratio because in surface area you are using two measurements (the base and the height)…
The area of the base of a cylinder = Pi times Radius squared. Diameter of a cylinder = 2 times Pi times Radius. To find the diameter derive the area of the base by Pi and then square root the answer. That will give you the value of the radius. Multiply that answer by 2 times Pi and you will have your answer.