At the equator the earth spins at 0.0005 Meters per second. Here's a bit more data -- you can do the math. ;-)
•How fast is the Earth spinning? 0.5 km/sec •How fast is the Earth revolving around the Sun? 30 km/sec •How fast is the Solar System moving around the Milky Way Galaxy? 250 km/sec •How fast is our Milky Way Galaxy moving in the Local Group of galaxies? 300 km/sec
The answer is incorrect. If you do the math, then the velocity would be 500m/sec.
.0005m/s equates to .0000005km/s.
Basically, it's area times height, but because the formula to calculate area is different for different shapes, the formula for volume changes with the shape. length times width times height. L x W x H One can use calculus to find the volume of a solid. Take the triple integral of the functions that define the solid in each direction. also in physics when density and mass are given, then the volume can be calculated as volume=mass/density The formula for calculating the volume of a container varies with the shape of the container. Simple shapes can be calculated very easily such as cubes, prisms, or cylinders. Complicated or asymmetrical shapes would require the use of integral calculus.
Yes, the range gives you an idea of the S.D. Assuming that the largest and smallest data points are not "outliers," a set of data with a wide range will have a greater S.D. than a set with a narrow one.