# What is the formula for finding the mass of air?

The mass (or density) of dry air varies according to elevation, pressure, and temperature, but may be calculated using a variation of the Ideal Glass Law, pV = nRT, which can be simplified to Ï = ...
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## How to Find the Square Root of a Number That Doesn't Have a Perfect Square?

The square root of a number multiplied by itself yields that number. Some numbers are perfect squares such as 25 (five times five) and 100 (10 times 10). Other numbers are not perfect squares. Alth...
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## What is the formula for square inches?

The area of a rectangle is equal to one side multiplied by the other side. This is measured as square inches, or inches squared. The area of a square that has two five-inch sides is 25 square inche...
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## How to Solve Polynomials by Finding the Root?

One of the cornerstones of algebra, polynomials are numeric expressions that use both letters, or variables, and numbers. On a graph, polynomials that are squared appear as parabolas. To work with ...
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## What is the formula to figure square footage of the floor space in a room?

Square feet = Length in Feet x Width in FeetFor example: 10' x 8' = 80 sq. ftBut say the room isn't square... for example, you want to include the size of the closet.Break the room up into squares....
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