__Boulder Weight Calculator:__

__Boulder Weight Calculator:__

Enter the values of length of the sheet, L_{(cm)}, width of the sheet, W_{(cm)} and height of the sheet, H_{(cm)} to determine the value of Boulder weight, W_{(g)}.

__Boulder Weight Formula:__

__Boulder Weight Formula:__

The weight of a boulder is influenced by its size, shape, and the density of the material it is composed of. A boulder is a large rock fragment that is generally too big to be moved manually.

The weight of a boulder can be determined by calculating its volume and multiplying by the density of the rock. The volume of a boulder is typically estimated by measuring its length (L), width (W), and height (H) if it has a roughly rectangular shape, or using appropriate geometric formulas for more irregular shapes.

The density of the rock material, usually given in kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m³), reflects how much mass is contained in a unit volume.

Rocks with higher density, such as basalt or granite, will result in heavier boulders compared to less dense materials like sandstone. The formula for calculating the weight involves multiplying the dimensions of the boulder by its density, converting the units appropriately if needed.

Boulder weight, W_{(g)} in grams is calculated by the product of length of the sheet, L_{(cm)} in centimetres, width of the sheet, W_{(cm)} in centimetres, height of the sheet, H_{(cm)} in centimetres and density, d_{(kg/m3)} in kilograms per cubic metres.

Boulder weight, W_{(g)} = L_{(cm)} * W_{(cm)} * H_{(cm)} * d_{(kg/m3)}

W_{(g)} = boulder weight in grams, g.

L_{(cm)} = length in centimetres, cm.

W_{(cm)} = width in centimetres, cm.

H_{(cm)} = height of the sheet, cm.

d_{(kg/m3)} = density, kg/m^{3}.

__Boulder Weight Calculation:__

__Boulder Weight Calculation:__

- A boulder is approximately 2 metres long, 1.5 metres wide, and 1 metre high. The density of the rock is 2,500 kg/m
^{3}. Calculate the weight of the boulder.

Given: L_{(cm)} = 2cm, W_{(cm)} = 1.5cm, H_{(cm)} = 1cm, d_{(kg/m3)} = 2500g/cm^{3}.

Boulder weight, W_{(g)} = L_{(cm)} * W_{(cm)} * H_{(cm)} * d_{(kg/m3)}

W_{(g)} = 2 * 1.5 * 1 * 2500

W_{(g)} = 7500g.

- A boulder weighs 9,000 kg and has dimensions of 3 metres in length, 2 metres in width, and density of 1000kg/m
^{3}. Calculate the height of the boulder material.

Given: L_{(cm)} = 3cm, W_{(cm)} = 2cm, W_{(g)} = 9000g, d_{(kg/m3)} = 1000kg/m^{3}.

Boulder weight, W_{(g)} = L_{(cm)} * W_{(cm)} * H_{(cm)} * d_{(kg/m3)}

H_{(cm)} = W_{(g)} / L_{(cm)} * W_{(cm)} * d_{(g/cm3)}

H_{(cm)} = 9000 / 3 * 2 * 1000

H_{(cm)} = 1.5cm.