Q: What is volume of a regular solid?

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you multiply the length times width times height and you should get the volume. If the solid is of uneven shape, immerse it in the known volume of water and note the increase in volume of water due to inclusion of solid. This extra volume of water created by displacement is the volume of that solid.

The state of matter is actually to states of matter. Solid and liquid are the states of matter that have a volume,(liquid) and shape(solid).

To measure the volume of a solid, you would place the solid in a graduated cylinder or beaker (depending on the size of the solid) with a recorded volume of water. After putting the solid in the water, the water will rise, and subtracting the original volume from the final volume will give you the volume of the solid. Ex. Put a block in a graduated cylinder with 50 mL of water and the level rises to 75 mL. Volume=75-50=25 mL To determine the mass of the solid, you would simply mass it on a balance or scale.

solid have definite shape , definite volume and close together particles

Only a solid has a definite shape. It also has a definite volume. A liquid has a definite volume, but an indefinite shape. A gas has both an indefinte shape and volume. Same for plasma. Hope this helps!

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The volume of regular solid can be measured by multiplying the length, is width and its distance.

the volume of a regular solid is the area of it's base multiplied by it's height.

mass over volume

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it is the property of solid- a solid has definite shape & volume.

1. Measure the dimensions of the solid. 2. Calculate the volume on this geometric base.

the volume of a regular solid is the area of it's base multiplied by it's height.

You measure its mass and volume and then density = mass/volume.

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Geometry, or algebra (integration).

Multiply the length by the width by the height.