What is the formula for the volume of a 3d trapezoid?

Answer The formula for the volume of a three-dimensional trapezoid is B X h, where B is the area of one trapezoidal base (or ½ x (a + b) x h), and h is the distance between the two bases of the trapezoid... Read More »

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How to Calculate Area of a Trapezoid?

The trapezoid (known in Great Britain as a trapezium) is a four-sided polygon, or quadrilateral, whose key feature is a set of opposite sides that are parallel to one another. Because the other two... Read More »

How to Calculate the Area of a Trapezoid?

A trapezoid is a type of quadrilateral. It is unique in that its two parallel sides are not the same length. This means that they both qualify as a "base".

How to Find the Area of an Isosceles Trapezoid?

An isosceles trapezoid is a quadrilateral shape with parallel top and bottom bases and two diagonal side legs of equal length. The base angles have the same measure and opposite angles are suppleme... Read More »

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 ρ = ... Read More »