## Pelargonium sidoides

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Is the Subject Area "Built structures" applicable to this article. Is the Subject Area "Mathematical models" applicable to this article. However, each of these methods have their own limitations and no known formula can calculate the volume of any polyhedron sidoies a shape with only flat polygons as faces - without error. So there is a need for a new method that can calculate the exact volume of any polyhedron. This new formula has been mathematically proven and tested with a calculation of different kinds of shapes using a computer program.

This method breaks **pelargonium sidoides** the polyhedron into triangular pyramids known as tetrahedra pelargomium **pelargonium sidoides,** hence its name - Tetrahedral Shoelace Method. It can be concluded that this method can calculate volumes of any polyhedron **pelargonium sidoides** error and any solid regardless of their complex shape via a polyhedral approximation.

All those methods have some limitations. Water displacement method is inefficient because **pelargonium sidoides** requires a lot of water for big objects. Moreover, it is required that the object is **pelargonium sidoides.** Convex polyhedron volume calculating method does not work with every non-convex shape as some pyramids may overlap one another resulting in a miscalculation.

All these **pelargonium sidoides** have their own limitations shown in the table (Figure 2). This research **pelargonium sidoides** to find a new method that can calculate the volume of any polyhedron accurately. More specifically, this research aims to find a 3D implementation of the shoelace formula that can calculate the **pelargonium sidoides** of any polyhedron.

The method used to obtain the formula from the Shoelace Formula (in 2D) to compute volumes of 3D objects is mathematical deduction and reasoning.

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