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  • 5 years ago

how do you do volume?

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  1. anonymous
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    I don't know. That is a hard thing to do. What is "doing volume" mean?

  2. anonymous
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    Area times height.

  3. anonymous
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    area times height do you have it on your book or note?

  4. anonymous
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    Ie, a cube is s^3, a cone is 1/3pir^2 h Etc

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    yes, volume is generally cross sectional area x height.

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    lenghtxwidthxheight

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    and what in case of cylinder. cylinder doesn't have length and width???

  8. anonymous
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    The volume of a cylinder is pi r^2 h. It's still the base times the height.

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    no, it ain't base times the height. the cross section of cylinder is a circle. so the area of circle = \[\pi r ^{2}\] and then multiplied with height = \[\pi r^{2}h\]

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    Which is actually exactly what I just said. Pi r^2 h.

  11. anonymous
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    The base is the same as the cross section.

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