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Each solid with a regular shape has a formula by which its volume is calculated. Once you know the formula to use and the values of the dimensions, just enter it in the calculator as it appears on paper (almost) and press enter/EXE/=
Make sure that the values of sides, radii, heights that are involved in formula must be expressed in the same unit.
The resulting value of the volume has unit
Unit_volume= (Unit of length used)^3

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If you are doing homework read carefully the question to figure out what substance they are talking about.
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As you see, if you know the density (specific gravity) in pounds per cubic foot, you can calculate the mass of any volume of that substance (in cubic feet).

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