**width**is how wide something is, height is howhigh something is, and

**depth**is how deep something is.Although they may all sometimes be used interchangeably, they areusually used as in my first paragraph example.

Hereof, is depth and width the same thing?

**As** nouns the difference between **width** and**depth** is that **width** is the state of being wide while**depth** is the vertical distance below a surface; the degreeto which something is deep.

Secondly, what comes first depth or width? According to FACTS, the organization of Fine Art Careand Treatment Standards International Standards Guide for Taking,Recording, and Communicating **Dimensions** (of art) thevertical measurement (height) **is** recorded **first**,followed by the horizontal measurement (**width**), and in thecase of three dimensional works, the

One may also ask, what is difference between height and depth?

As nouns the **difference between depth** and**height** is that **depth** is the vertical distance below asurface; the amount that something is deep while **height** isthe distance from the base of something to thetop.

What's the depth?

People can be deep as well—you know by looking atsome people that they have **depth**. **Depth** goes withother measure words that end in “th.” Length is how long somethingis. Breadth is how wide or broad. The expression “plumb the**depths**” means to take a measure of how deep somethinggoes.

## How do you find depth?

**depths**divided by the number of

**depths**you have.Measure all of your

**depths**. For example, you measure fivebowls with

**depths**of 5 inches, 9 inches, 3 inches, 7 inchesand 11 inches.

## What is the width of something?

**Width**is defined as the quality of being wide, orthe measurement of distance from side to side. An example of

**width**is a 36″ measurement for a table'swideness.

## What is the LxWxH?

**LxWxH**) where the heightis the vertical dimension of the box when the opening is facingupwards.

## What is the height width and depth of a box?

**width**, and

**height**are adjectivesthat allow us to indicate the volume of geometric bodies. Thelength (20 cm) and the

**width**(10 cm) correspond to thehorizontal dimension. On the other hand, the

**height**(15 cm)refers to the vertical dimension.

## How do you find the length and width?

**find**the

**width**, multiplythe

**length**that you have been given by 2, and subtract theresult from the perimeter. You now have the total

**length**forthe remaining 2 sides. This number divided by 2 is the

**width**.

## What is assembled depth?

**assembled depth**is the overall measurementswith all accessories such as hoses and vents installed. Thismeasurement is the minimum amount of space you'll need to installyour appliance. The

**assembled depth**is the overallmeasurements with all accessories such as hoses and ventsinstalled.

## How do you find area?

**find the area**of a rectangle multiply itsheight by its width. For a square you only need to

**find**thelength of one of the sides (as each side is the same length) andthen multiply this by itself to

**find the area**.

## How do you find length with height width and volume?

**formula**for the

**volume**of a solidrectangle is

**width**x depth x

**height**. Divide the

**volume**by the product of the

**length**and

**width**to

**calculate**the

**height**of a rectangular object. Forthis example, the rectangular object has a

**length**of 20, a

**width**of 10 and a

**volume**of 6,000.

## What is the depth of a shape?

**Depth**is the distance from the top or surface ofsomething to its bottom. For example, even though you can rotateany

**shape**that has a

**Depth**of zero, you really cannotsee any

**Depth**within a flat object.

## What is the depth of the tree?

**depth**of a node M in the

**tree**is thelength of the path from the root of the

**tree**to M. Theheight of a

**tree**is one more than the

**depth**of thedeepest node in the

**tree**. All nodes of

**depth**d are atlevel d in the

**tree**. The root is the only node at level 0,and its

**depth**is 0.

## What is the depth of a binary tree?

**depth**of a node is the number of edges fromthe root to the node. The height of a node is the number of edgesfrom the node to the deepest leaf. The height of a

**tree**is aheight of the root. A full

**binary tree**.is a

**binarytree**in which each node has exactly zero or twochildren.

## Is depth a length?

**depth**and

**length**

is that **depth** is the vertical distance below asurface; the degree to which something is deep while **length**is the distance measured along the longest dimension of anobject.

## What order does dimensions go in?

**order**in which the

**dimensions**appearwill depend on the product category. Here are some popularexamples: Boxes: Length x Width x Height (See below) Bags: Width xLength (The width is always the

**dimension**of the bagopening.)

## How do you list art dimensions?

**Dimensions**

An artwork's size is measured by height, width, andpossibly depth. Paintings are measured by height first, followed bywidth. Sculptures and three-**dimensional** installations aremeasured by height, width, and depth.

## What comes first length or height?

**height**(if you use the word) refers consistently tohow

**tall**the figure is, even if that dimension is greatest;

**length**(if you use the word) refers to the longer of theother two dimensions.

## How many dimensions are there?

**dimensions**most people learn in grade school. The spatial

**dimensions**—width, height, and depth—are theeasiest to visualize. A horizontal line exists in one

**dimension**because it only has length; a square istwo-

**dimensional**because it has length andwidth.

## What comes first width or length in a room?

**room**, the

**dimensions**are listed with

**widthfirst**and

**length**second. Likewise, when measuringwindows, the

**width comes first**then the

**height**.Conversely, when expressing the measurements of a painting oncanvas, the

**height comes first**then the

**width**.

## What is the synonym of depth?

**depth**

discernment, perception, perceptiveness, perceptivity,percipience, sagacity, sapience, sense, sensibility, wisdom.braininess, brightness, brilliance, intellect, intelligence,judgment (or judgement), reason, sense, smartness,wit.