If the deimeter of a volley measure 8.2 inche, what is its volume?

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

If you measure the height, width and depth you can calculate the volume. You multiple the height by depth by width. Make sure you use the same units for each measurement. For example if you want the volume in cubic feet, make sure all measurements are in feet. If the height is 5 feet 8 inches, you need to convert this to feet, which would be 5.67 feet, likewise for the other two measurements. It wont be exact because there will be bits sticking out but will be near enough. Make sure you also calculate the volume of the door space as that is included in the volume.

May 21, 2016 | Refrigerators

1/2 cup

Here is how volume/weight conversions work. A gram is a unit of weight. A cup is a unit of volume. Volume is the amount of space an ingredient occupies and weight is the mass or "heaviness" of an ingredient.

500 grams of mini marshmallows = 10 cups

500 grams of flour = 4 cups

500 grams of sugar = 2.5 cups

As you can see, the weight for these ingredients are the same, yet the volumes are different. This is because each ingredient has a different density.

Here is another example:

A cup of feathers and a cup of lead pellets both occupy 8 fluid ounces of volume. The feathers will weigh a lot less than 8 ounces on a scale and the lead will weigh a lot more than 8 ounces on a scale.

Asking how many cups equal 100 grams would be the same as asking how many hours are in a 100 inches. Volume and weight are two completely different measurement systems... just as time and length are two different measurement systems. The only difference is that volume and weight can be linked through density.... mathematically speaking. Density = Mass divided by Volume. Density can change for the same ingredient. For example, a cup of sifted flour will weigh a lot less than a cup of unsifted flour. A pint of water will vary in weight depending on the temperature of the water.

There are websites that do volume/weight conversions based on density. Two great websites are:

http://www.onlineconversion.com and

http://www.gourmetsleuth.com or, you can look in a cookbook that has a volume/weight equivalency chart.

Here is how volume/weight conversions work. A gram is a unit of weight. A cup is a unit of volume. Volume is the amount of space an ingredient occupies and weight is the mass or "heaviness" of an ingredient.

500 grams of mini marshmallows = 10 cups

500 grams of flour = 4 cups

500 grams of sugar = 2.5 cups

As you can see, the weight for these ingredients are the same, yet the volumes are different. This is because each ingredient has a different density.

Here is another example:

A cup of feathers and a cup of lead pellets both occupy 8 fluid ounces of volume. The feathers will weigh a lot less than 8 ounces on a scale and the lead will weigh a lot more than 8 ounces on a scale.

Asking how many cups equal 100 grams would be the same as asking how many hours are in a 100 inches. Volume and weight are two completely different measurement systems... just as time and length are two different measurement systems. The only difference is that volume and weight can be linked through density.... mathematically speaking. Density = Mass divided by Volume. Density can change for the same ingredient. For example, a cup of sifted flour will weigh a lot less than a cup of unsifted flour. A pint of water will vary in weight depending on the temperature of the water.

There are websites that do volume/weight conversions based on density. Two great websites are:

http://www.onlineconversion.com and

http://www.gourmetsleuth.com or, you can look in a cookbook that has a volume/weight equivalency chart.

Apr 15, 2015 | Home

Here is how volume/weight conversions work. A gram is a unit of weight. A cup is a unit of volume. Volume is the amount of space an ingredient occupies and weight is the mass or "heaviness" of an ingredient.

500 grams of mini marshmallows = 10 cups

500 grams of flour = 4 cups

500 grams of sugar = 2.5 cups

As you can see, the weight for these ingredients are the same, yet the volumes are different. This is because each ingredient has a different density.

Here is another example:

A cup of feathers and a cup of lead pellets both occupy 8 fluid ounces of volume. The feathers will weigh a lot less than 8 ounces on a scale and the lead will weigh a lot more than 8 ounces on a scale.

Asking how many cups equal 100 grams would be the same as asking how many hours are in a 100 inches. Volume and weight are two completely different measurement systems... just as time and length are two different measurement systems. The only difference is that volume and weight can be linked through density.... mathematically speaking. Density = Mass divided by Volume. Density can change for the same ingredient. For example, a cup of sifted flour will weigh a lot less than a cup of unsifted flour. A pint of water will vary in weight depending on the temperature of the water.

There are websites that do volume/weight conversions based on density. Two great websites are:

http://www.onlineconversion.com and

http://www.gourmetsleuth.com or, you can look in a cookbook that has a volume/weight equivalency chart.

500 grams of mini marshmallows = 10 cups

500 grams of flour = 4 cups

500 grams of sugar = 2.5 cups

As you can see, the weight for these ingredients are the same, yet the volumes are different. This is because each ingredient has a different density.

Here is another example:

A cup of feathers and a cup of lead pellets both occupy 8 fluid ounces of volume. The feathers will weigh a lot less than 8 ounces on a scale and the lead will weigh a lot more than 8 ounces on a scale.

Asking how many cups equal 100 grams would be the same as asking how many hours are in a 100 inches. Volume and weight are two completely different measurement systems... just as time and length are two different measurement systems. The only difference is that volume and weight can be linked through density.... mathematically speaking. Density = Mass divided by Volume. Density can change for the same ingredient. For example, a cup of sifted flour will weigh a lot less than a cup of unsifted flour. A pint of water will vary in weight depending on the temperature of the water.

There are websites that do volume/weight conversions based on density. Two great websites are:

http://www.onlineconversion.com and

http://www.gourmetsleuth.com or, you can look in a cookbook that has a volume/weight equivalency chart.

Apr 15, 2015 | Ice Cream Makers

.3 inches is halfway between the 5/16" and 3/8" mark on your ruler. So 26.3" will be about 26 3/8" cut "shy", or cut on the line a little.

Aug 22, 2014 | Measuring Tools & Sensors

7 feet 11 5/8 inches for men's competition and 7 feet 4 1/8 inches for women's competition.

Jul 26, 2014 | Sportcraft Volleyball Net and Post Set

Surface area would be measured in square inches or square feet. This is
the area of a flat surface, like a desk top. Volume is the inside
area, like inside a balloon. This would be measured in cubic inches or
feet (inches x inches x inches).

Apr 03, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

1 **cubit [Roman] is **17.4803149606 inches

If you are referring to cubic feet to inches then you need cannot when cubic feet is a volume measurement and inches is a length measurement.

If you are referring to cubic feet to inches then you need cannot when cubic feet is a volume measurement and inches is a length measurement.

Jul 17, 2010 | Acme Automotive ACMA680CS Typhoon High...

Calculate the volume of one 55 gallon drum by using this formula

22/7 X Radius squared X hight of cylinder = Volume of large vessel.

22/7 X 48" (Squared) X 24" = Volume in cu in

100.57 cu ft in large pool = 752.315 US gals.

110% of 50 gals = 60.50 gals

752.315 divided by 60.5 = 12.43 drums

Draw to scale the large poola nd then draw to scale the smaller drums and see if 13 drums fit.

22/7 X Radius squared X hight of cylinder = Volume of large vessel.

22/7 X 48" (Squared) X 24" = Volume in cu in

100.57 cu ft in large pool = 752.315 US gals.

110% of 50 gals = 60.50 gals

752.315 divided by 60.5 = 12.43 drums

Draw to scale the large poola nd then draw to scale the smaller drums and see if 13 drums fit.

Feb 24, 2010 | RTO Automatic Transmission And Engine Oil...

20.9 cubic feet for model # RT21AKXKQ

14 cubic feet for model number RT14BKXKQ05

14 cubic feet for model number RT14BKXKQ05

Jun 07, 2009 | Roper RT21AKXKQ Top Freezer Refrigerator

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