# Calculate volume of a polygon using leaflet

Geographic Information Systems## How do I find the volume of a polygon?

Volume of a Prism (regular polygon base) In general, the volume of a prism is **the area of the base times the height of the prism**.

## How do you find volume with dimensions?

To find the volume of a box, simply **multiply length, width, and height** — and you’re good to go! For example, if a box is 5×7×2 cm, then the volume of a box is 70 cubic centimeters.

## How do you calculate the volume of a box?

You can calculate the volume of a box by **multiplying length x width x height**. Using the example of the single wall box this will be 102 x 102 x 102 which equals 1,061,208 cubic millimeters (㎣).

## How do you find the volume of a rectangular block?

**length × width × height** . The volume, V , of any rectangular solid is the product of the length, width, and height. We could also write the formula for volume of a rectangular solid in terms of the area of the base. The area of the base, B , is equal to length×width.

## How do you find the volume of a 3D polygon?

Quote from video: *For a rectangular prism it's just length times width times height.*

## How do you find the volume of a irregular polygon?

Quote from video: *Well again as you said before the formula for finding the volume of a rectangular prism is length times width times height.*

## What are 3 ways to calculate volume?

**Different Ways to Find Volume**

- Solve for Volume by Space. All physical objects occupy space, and you can find the volume for some of them by measuring their physical dimensions.
- Solve for Volume by Density and Mass. Density is defined as an object’s mass per a given unit of volume.
- Solve for Volume by Displacement.

## What are the 3 formulas for volume?

Volume Formulas of Various Geometric Figures

Shapes | Volume Formula | Variables |
---|---|---|

Cube | V = a^{3} |
a = Length of edge or side |

Cylinder | V = πr^{2}h |
r = Radius of the circular base h = Height |

Prism | V = B × h | B = Area of base, (B = side^{2} or length.breadth) h = Height |

Sphere | V = (4⁄3)πr^{3} |
r = Radius of the sphere |

## How do you find volume with only the diameter?

Quote from video: *So let's make H equal to 6. So now we can say V equals PI v squared times 6 so 5 squared is 25. So 25 PI times 6 which is 25 times 6 is 150.*

## What is the formula for a polygon?

Polygon Formula

**The sum of interior angles of a polygon with “n” sides =180°(n-2)** Number of diagonals of a “n-sided” polygon = [n(n-3)]/2. The measure of interior angles of a regular n-sided polygon = [(n-2)180°]/n. The measure of exterior angles of a regular n-sided polygon = 360°/n.

## Do polygons have volume?

Polygon is an irregular shape with sides as straight lines. **Its volume can be said as the amount of space in it or its capacity**. The below given is the simple regular polygon volume formula to find the volume of a polygon on your own.

## What are the 3 formulas for volume?

Volume Formulas of Various Geometric Figures

Shapes | Volume Formula | Variables |
---|---|---|

Cube | V = a^{3} |
a = Length of edge or side |

Cylinder | V = πr^{2}h |
r = Radius of the circular base h = Height |

Prism | V = B × h | B = Area of base, (B = side^{2} or length.breadth) h = Height |

Sphere | V = (4⁄3)πr^{3} |
r = Radius of the sphere |

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