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Table of Contents

- What is the verb form of intensity?
- Is accommodate a noun or verb?
- Is mass a noun verb or adjective?
- What is the difference between mass and count nouns?
- What type of word is mass?
- What do we call mass in English?
- What is the difference between weight and mass?
- How do we measure mass?
- What are the basic units of mass?
- How do you calculate volume?
- How do you calculate volume of a tank?
- What is the volume of an object?
- How do you find an irregular plot area?
- What is perimeter and area in math?
- What is a area in math?
- How do you find area 3rd grade?
- What is a perimeter 3rd grade?

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transitive **verb**. 1 : to provide with something desired, needed, or suited I needed money, and they **accommodated** me with a loan. 2a : to make room for rebuilt the ship to **accommodate** the bigger containers.

**mass** (**verb**) **mass** (**adjective**) **Mass** (**noun**) **mass**–produce (**verb**)

**Count nouns** cannot be preceded by much or the amount of. Instead, they would use many and number of. … **Mass nouns**, however, use much and amount of, and cannot be paired with many or number of, as they cannot be **counted**.

noun. a body of coherent matter, usually of indefinite shape and often of considerable size: a **mass** of dough.

Noun. **mass** (LARGE AMOUNT) **mass** (MATTER) **mass** number.

Your **mass** is the same no matter where you go **in the** universe; your **weight**, on the other hand, changes from place to place. **Mass** is measured in kilograms; even though we usually talk about **weight** in kilograms, strictly speaking it should be measured in newtons, the units of force.

The basic SI unit of **mass** is the kilogram (kg). In physics, **mass** is not the same as weight, even though **mass** is often determined by **measuring** the object’s weight using a spring scale, rather than balance scale comparing it directly with known **masses**.

The SI unit of mass is the **kilogram** (kg). In science and technology, the weight of a body in a particular reference frame is defined as the force that gives the body an acceleration equal to the local acceleration of free fall in that reference frame.

To find the **volume**, you multiply length times width times height, which is 3x1x2, which equals six. So the **volume** of the fish tank is 6 cubic feet. **Volume** is also how loud a sound is.

**V( tank) = (πr2 + 2ra)l**

- Fill, f < r. We
**calculate**fill**volume**using the circular segment method, as in a Horizontal Cylinder**Tank**, for the filled portion. - Fill, f > r and f < (r+a) The filled
**volume**is exactly 1/2 of the cylinder portion plus the**volume**of fill inside the rectangular portion. - Fill, f > (r+a) and f < h.

The **volume of an object** is a measure of the amount of space occupied by that **object**, and is not to be confused with mass. The **volume** of a mountain is much larger than the **volume** of a rock, for instance.

**How to use irregular area calculator?**

- Step 1:
**Measure**all sides of the**area**in one unit (Feet, Meter, Inches or any other). - Step 2: Enter length of horizontal sides into Length 1 and Length 2. And Width of the vertical sides into Width 1 and Width 2. …
- Step 3: Press
**calculate**button. … - Our
**Formula**:**Area**= b × h.

About Transcript. **Perimeter** is the distance around the outside of a shape. **Area** measures the space inside a shape.

In geometry, the **area** can be defined as the space occupied by a flat shape or the surface of an object. The **area** of a figure is the number of unit squares that cover the surface of a closed figure.

To **find** the **area** of a rectangle, multiply the width by the height. Let’s use this formula to **find** the width of the green rectangle. First, know the width and height. The width is 3 square units, and the height is 2 square units.

**Perimeter** is the distance around the edge of a shape. Learn how to find the **perimeter** by adding up the side lengths of various shapes.