You are using an out of date browser. It may not display this or other websites correctly.

You should upgrade or use an alternative browser.

You should upgrade or use an alternative browser.

- Thread starter kyle
- Start date

i hope so cuz that sucks i wish i stayed in school so i would know how to do this

Kyle the volume of a hexagon can be found by using this equation.

V=Area of base x Height

V=Area of base x Height

well u guys are just full of answers lol

i dont quite under stand that link biff it work out to4.51

Kyle what are your tank dimensions so that I can try and solve this for you if I can find the proper formula I need one side measurement and the height and side to side just in case? Also are you trying to find the volume in gallons or cubic inches? May I ask for what purpose?

hx29"

lengh of side panel 13.5"

lengt from oppsite sides 24"

lengh of side panel 13.5"

lengt from oppsite sides 24"

Hey Biff in trying to help kyle with this math problem I came across a discrepancy, Im seeing that a hexahedron is a cube.

Doh! Now I feel stupid... :shock::shock:

Biff your not stupid at all Ive never even heard of a hexahedron until you said it, poly and tetra yes but i thought they were the only hedrons that there were.

cubic inchs for volum so i can figure out my lighting

24x(13.5x1.5)x29=14094 cubic inches

14094 divided by 231=61.01....gallons

thanks mans i deffenitly cpould not have done that

Biff did all the hard work to find the link to the formula, I just plugged in the numbers