Tuesday, April 29, 2014

How to calculate the volume of solids

Volume is the space occupied by a given object. The volume is measured in cubic units. For example, we can say that a cube is 64 cubic cm. The basic unit of volume is the cubic meter. There is equivalence between the volume of an object and its capacity. The simplest method used to equate volume capacity is 1 cubic decimeter = 1 liter. 

To calculate the volume of an object, you must use three dimensions: length, width and height. To help you study maths, here you can know the formulas for calculating the volume of various geometric solids. Just click in the following links:

How to calculate the volume of solids:

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