Units of volume The unit of volume is cubic metres (m³) in the SI (metric) system. Other commonly used units of volume include litres (L), millilitres (mL), and gallons (gal) in different systems of measurement. Volume is the amount of space in a certain 3D object. For instance, a fish tank has 4 feet in length, 1 […]

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## Units of money

Units of money It is the money that is used in a particular country. What are the different units of money? USD – United States Dollar. INR – Indian Rupee. EUR – Euro. GBP – British Pound Sterling. CAD – Canadian Dollar. JPY – Japanese Yen. 1 EUR = 100 cents https://www.thatquiz.org/tq-a/math/money/ […]

## Perpendicular

Perpendicular Perpendicular lines are straight lines that form the right angle (90° angle) with each other. See some examples of perpendicular lines, below: […]

## Cuboid

Cuboid A cuboid is a three dimensional solid that has 6 faces (rectangular), 8 vertices and 12 edges. A cuboid has three dimensions such as length, width and height. l – lenght w – width h – height Rectangular cuboid Surface Area of a Cuboid = 2· l·w […]

## Cross multiplication, cross products

Cross multiplication, cross products Cross multiplication, cross products means that you multiply the numerator in the first fraction times the denominator in the second fraction, then you write that number down. An equality with fractions on both sides can by cross multiplication.An equation with fractions on both sides may be simplified by cross-multiplying. Examples […]

## Circle, Circle line, Circumference

Circle, circle line, circumference A circle is a shape consisting of a curved line completely surrounding an area. Every part of the line is the same distance from the centre of the area. Circumference is the distance around a circle. Circle Terminology Centre: the point equidistant from all points on the circle. Circumference: the length of one circuit […]