# Volume of solids

How to calculate the volume of solids, such as the cube, sphere,... is what you will learn here.

The volume is a measure of the amount of space inside the figure.

Different figures lead to different computation.

Common figures where the volume is calculated are shown below

Volume of a cube
Learn how to compute the volume of a cube.

Volume of a box
Learn how to compute the volume of a box or rectangular prism.

Volume of a sphere
Learn how to get the volume of a sphere. We have also included a calculator that will help you to practice and to check your answers.

Volume of an ellipsoid
Learn how to compute the volume of an ellipsoid. This lesson shows also how to get a radius when the volume and two radii are given

Volume of cylinders
Learn how to compute the volume of cylinders and use an interactive calculator to practice and check your answers

Volume of a cone
Learn how to get the volume of a cone and practice with an interactive calculator.

Volume of a pyramid
Learn how to get the volume of a pyramid.

Volume of irregular shapes
Learn how to get the volume of irregular shapes

Volume or capacity
A solid introduction of volume and capacity and how to choose the best unit to measure capacity.

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