# Physics formula for volume

Can you give me the formula to find the volume in physics

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Can you give me the formula to find the volume in physics

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The formula to fine volume is volume = d^3=atomic weight/density x N

The formula to fine volume is volume = d^3=atomic weight/density x N

The formula to find volume is

V=m/d

where 'v' is volume,'m' is mass and 'd' is density.

V=m/d

where 'v' is volume,'m' is mass and 'd' is density.

Hi

Not only in Physics, In General

Volume = Area of Cross Section * Height

or

Volume = mass / Density

For instance let us take the volume of cylinder. Its cross section will be circle. so

Volume of cylinder = Area of circle * height of cylinder

= Pi*r^2*h

Volume of Cube = Area of Square * height of cube

= a^2*a

= a^3

Not only in Physics, In General

Volume = Area of Cross Section * Height

or

Volume = mass / Density

For instance let us take the volume of cylinder. Its cross section will be circle. so

Volume of cylinder = Area of circle * height of cylinder

= Pi*r^2*h

Volume of Cube = Area of Square * height of cube

= a^2*a

= a^3

Hi!

In addition to above formulas,the formula for gases is

Volume of a gas V=nRT/P

Where

n=number of moles

R=gas constant

T=temperature

P=pressure exerted by the gas

The above formula is derived by combining Boyle's(pv=constant and Charle's(V/T=constant) laws retrospectively in theory. I mean those laws are derived from this equation practically.

In addition to above formulas,the formula for gases is

Volume of a gas V=nRT/P

Where

n=number of moles

R=gas constant

T=temperature

P=pressure exerted by the gas

The above formula is derived by combining Boyle's(pv=constant and Charle's(V/T=constant) laws retrospectively in theory. I mean those laws are derived from this equation practically.

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volume=space required to occupy

mass= The matter contined in the body

V=M/D

D= Density of the material which is a constant for a material

unitof density=kg/m^3 and that of volumeism^3

mass= The matter contined in the body

V=M/D

D= Density of the material which is a constant for a material

unitof density=kg/m^3 and that of volumeism^3

Hi,

the formula for volume in physics is given below

V = M/d

V = Volume

M = Mass of the body

d = density of the body

the formula for volume in physics is given below

V = M/d

V = Volume

M = Mass of the body

d = density of the body

Volume=m/d

Let 'd' represents the density of an object.

'v' " " volume.

and, 'm' " " mass.

Then, d = m/v

=> v = m/d

For example, if a body has density = 10Kg/meter cube

and mass = 100Kg

then, Volume = m/d = 100/10 = 10 meter cube Ans.

'v' " " volume.

and, 'm' " " mass.

Then, d = m/v

=> v = m/d

For example, if a body has density = 10Kg/meter cube

and mass = 100Kg

then, Volume = m/d = 100/10 = 10 meter cube Ans.

Hi,

It is depending on volume of which material we want determine.

If we have given a cube (the block with six faces of squre shape in that all sides of equal length)then, directly we can calculate

Volume, V = (length of side)^3.

If the rectangular block is there with un equal, length, breadth and height then

Volume V = length x breadth x height

If given material is sphere, if you are able find its diameter (d ), then radius r = d/2

Volume, V = (4xpixr^3)/3

If the material is cylinder of length 'l' and radius 'r'

then, Volume V = pi x r^2 x l

and so on,

In case liquid and gases,

Measuring mass and knowing the density of given material one can find the volume.

therefore, Volume, V = Mass/density

for exampel volume of 2kg of water whose density of 4200kg/m^3 is

V = 2/4200 = (1/2100)m^3 =0.5x10^-3 m^3

It is depending on volume of which material we want determine.

If we have given a cube (the block with six faces of squre shape in that all sides of equal length)then, directly we can calculate

Volume, V = (length of side)^3.

If the rectangular block is there with un equal, length, breadth and height then

Volume V = length x breadth x height

If given material is sphere, if you are able find its diameter (d ), then radius r = d/2

Volume, V = (4xpixr^3)/3

If the material is cylinder of length 'l' and radius 'r'

then, Volume V = pi x r^2 x l

and so on,

In case liquid and gases,

Measuring mass and knowing the density of given material one can find the volume.

therefore, Volume, V = Mass/density

for exampel volume of 2kg of water whose density of 4200kg/m^3 is

V = 2/4200 = (1/2100)m^3 =0.5x10^-3 m^3

hi

dear

formula for volume

Volume = M/D

M= mass of body

D=density of the body

thanks

aamir khan

dear

formula for volume

Volume = M/D

M= mass of body

D=density of the body

thanks

aamir khan

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Regards & Thanks

Aamir khan

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