# Frequent question: Can Rhino calculate volume?

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The Volume command reports the volume of a closed surfaces, polysurfaces, or meshes. Note: Volumes can be calculated on groups of objects that are not closed. This allows volumes to be calculated on surfaces that form an enclosed volume but are not joined. Select objects.

## How do you find the length of an arc in rhino?

Measure the length of a curved line

1. You have to select a real curve (not a surface edge)
2. Pick the starting point of the leader.
3. Pick the next point.
4. Pick another point if you want or Enter to end the command.

## How do you find the length of a line in rhino?

The Length command reports the length of curves or edges.

Example using Fillet

1. Start the Fillet command.
2. At the prompt for the radius, type Length, Radius, or Distance, and press Enter.
3. Select a curve. The fillet radius will be set to that value.

## How do you change dimension size in rhino?

Try these steps:

1. open properties panel, if it’s not already open.
2. select a dimension/annotation, you should see a dimensions icon/button in properties panel along with properties of the selected item (dimension/s). Change to your requirements, you can also save it with a new style name.

## How do you convert Polysurface to solid in Rhino?

In order to make a solid in Rhino you simply need to eliminate all naked edges. Once all edges of a surface or polysurface are joined, it will be considered a valid closed polysurface, you don’t need to worry about surface direction.

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## How much do rhinos weigh?

On average, their height is 5.2 feet and their weight is between 1,720 and 3,080 pounds. The white rhino is the larger African species, weighing 3,080 between and 7,920 pounds and standing at a height between 5 and 6 feet. Javan rhinos are 4.6 to 5.8 feet in height and can weigh between 1,984 and 5,071 pounds.

## How wide are rhinos?

Scientific Classification:

Rhinoceros – animalstats
square, wide 5 -6 feet at shoulder 12 – 15 feet
BLACK RHINO – population in wild – approx. 5,000
lips AVG. HGHT AVG. LENGTH
pointed, prehensile 4.5-5.5 feet at shoulder 10 – 12.5 feet