Volume
Volume is the amount of space in a certain 3D object.
For instance, a fish tank has 4 feet in length, 1 foot in width and two feet in height. To find the volume, you multiply length times width times height, which is 4x1x2, which equals eight. So the volume of the fish tank is 8 cubic feet.
Metric Units – Volume
1000 cubic millimetres, mm^{3}= 1 cubic centimetre, cm^{3}
1000 cubic centimetres, cm^{3} = 1 cubic decimetre, dm^{3}
1 000 cubic decimetres, cm^{3} = 1 cubic metre, m^{3}
1,000,000 cubic centimetres, cm^{3}= 1 cubic metre, m^{3}1 litre, l = 1 cubic decimetre, dm^{3}1 milliliter, ml = 1 cubic centimetres, cm^{3}
1 deciliter, dl = 100 ml
1 liter, l = 1 000 milliliters, ml
1 m^{3} = 1 000 liters
Volume formulas


a – base lenght



l – lenght, w – width, h – height


V = area of triangle x height of prism

a – length of one side of the triangle,
h – length of an altitude drawn to side H – distance between the triangular faces.
w = a, l = H
l – lenght w – width h – height


V = B H 
B – base area H – height of prism


Volume of a pyramid is equal to onethird of the area of its base multiplied by its heigh

a – lenght base side
H – perpendicular height, height of the pyramid
B – area of pyramid base



H – perpendicular height, height of the pyramid
B – area of pyramid base
a – lenght base side



r – radius


The volume of any conic solid is one third of the product of the area of the base and the height

B – area of the base
H, h – perpendicular height, height of the cone
r – radius


V = B h

B – base area H – height of cilinder r – radius

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