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The air in your room.

You multiply the volume of the desired object - the inside of your room, perhaps - by the density.

Air, like any other gas, has volume. When you blow air into a balloon, the air takes the shape of the balloon. If more air is blown in, the balloon becomes larger as the volume of the air is increased. If some of the air is released, the balloon becomes smaller as the volume of the air is decreased.

Some rooms have more, some have less.Here's how to calculate the volume of your own room:-- Measure the length of the room in meters.-- Measure the width of the room in meters.-- Measure the height of the room in meters.-- Calculate the product of all three numbers.-- Multiply the product by 1,000.-- The last number is the room's volume in liters.

Yes, gasses have volume. The volume (amount of room they occupy) can change with temperature and with pressure.

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Volume of the room.

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It equals the volume of the room. Get the length (L), width (W) and height (H)measurements of the room. The volume = L x W x H

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Calculate the volume of the room. Length x width x height. For all practical purposes the volume of the contents of the room can be ignored.

The air in your room.

That depends on the size of the room. The cubic capacity, or volume, can be found by multiplying the width, length and height of the room. W x L x H = V (volume).

You multiply the volume of the desired object - the inside of your room, perhaps - by the density.

One option is sealing the room and heating it. Gay-Lussac's law states that the pressure of a fixed mass and volume is directly proportional to temperature, so a warmer room will mean an increased air pressure.

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