### How to measure

I would recomend measuring everything in cm. This way you get results in ml (cm^{3}).
However, if you want results in liters (dm^{3}), measure in dm (as in 10 cm).

The calculations are independent of metric vs imperial, so if you have to use inches or feet, please do so. The volume should then be in inch^{3} or feet^{3} or whatever measurement you enter.

The formulas do not do fractions, so you have to calculate into a decimal value.

**Note** Use the same system in all measurements in the formula.

### Diameter vs radius

All the math containing a circle is based on the idea of r, or radius. This is the distance from the center of the circle to the edge.

This might be difficult to measure, so I recomend measuring the Diameter. This is the from edge to edge crossing the center point of the circle.

All the input fields when dealing with circles are based on input of the Diameter value.

### Heigth

All the heigths are measured perpendicular to the top and base, never at an angle.

Think of it as if you are on top of the item you want to measure. Drill a hole at your feet and drop the end of the measure tape into this hole. Let it drop until it hits the bottom. This is your heigth.