qDiscusses area, distance, and volume, the science behind measuring area, distance, and volume, and the different devices used to measure themq--Provided by publisher.But what if the ball is too large for you to use a measuring tool? You would need to use an equation that would help you calculate the circumference of the circle. The circumference of a circle always has the same ratio to the circlea#39;s diameter.
|Title||:||Area, Distance, and Volume|
|Publisher||:||Marshall Cavendish - 2006-09-01|