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## How do you find the volume of a part?

Whereas the basic formula for the area of a rectangular shape is length × width, the basic formula for volume is **length × width × height**.

## What is internal volume?

To Define an Internal Volume. An internal volume feature is **a closed quilt that defines a volume inside a model**. It usually represents a volume that is used with fluids.

## How do you calculate area in SolidWorks?

**To calculate the area and perimeter of a drawing entity:**

- Click Tools > Inquiry > Get Area (or type GetArea).
- Specify the Select Entity option. Use this option to evaluate regular geometric areas (such as Circles, Ellipses, Arcs, or PolyLine contours). …
- In the graphics area, select a drawing entity.

## What is area formula?

The most basic area formula is the formula for the area of a rectangle. Given a rectangle with length l and width w, the formula for the area is: **A = lw (rectangle)**. That is, the area of the rectangle is the length multiplied by the width.

## How do I find the volume of a rectangle?

To find the volume of a rectangular prism, **multiply its 3 dimensions: length x width x height**. The volume is expressed in cubic units.

## What is the internal volume of a container?

Volume is often quantified numerically using the SI derived unit, the cubic metre. The volume of a container is generally understood to be **the capacity of the container**; i.e., the amount of fluid (gas or liquid) that the container could hold, rather than the amount of space the container itself displaces.

## How do I calculate cubic feet?

**The following conversion factors are used to convert the respective units to cubic feet.**

- length (feet) × width (feet) × height (feet) = cubic feet.
- length (inches) × width (inches) × height (inches) ÷ 1728 = cubic feet.
- length (yards) × width (yards) × height (yards) × 27 = cubic feet.

## What is the volume of 1 3?

CORRECT…. 4 inches is the same as 1/3 feet. Volume is 1/3 feet times 1 foot times 3 feet = **1 cubic foot** (or 1 cu. ft., or 1 ft^{3}).