Volume formulas
Here, we provide you with volume formulas for some common threedimensional figure.
Cube:
Volume = a
^{3} = a × a × a
Cylinder:
Volume = pi × r
^{2} × h
pi = 3.14
h is the height
r is the radius
Rectangular solid:
Volume = l × w × h
l is the length
w is the width
h is the height
Sphere:
Volume = (4 × pi × r
^{3})/3
pi = 3.14
r is the radius
Cone:
Volume = (pi × r
^{2} × h)/3
pi = 3.14
r is the radius
h is the height
Pyramid:
Volume = (B × h)/3
B is the area of the base
h is the height

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