How to calculate the volume of an o...
How to calculate the volume of an object when mass and density are given

Volume Formulas

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Volume Formulas : We know that solid occupies some region in space and the magnitude of this region is called the Volume of the solid.
One of the standard unit of volume is cubic centimeter (cm3). Some other standard units of Volume are mm3, dm3, m3 and km3.
When we measure liquids, the unit that we use commonly is liter.

1 cubic cm = 1 milliliter (ml)
1000 ml = 1000 cm3 = 1 liter ( 1 dm3)
1000 liters = 1 kiloliter = 1 m3

For the conversion of gallon, quart,pint cup etc.

1 Gallon = 4 Quart
1 Gallon = 8 Pint
1 Gallon = 16 Cups
1 Gallon = 128 Ounce
1 Gallon = 3.79 Liter
1000 cm3 = 1 liter or 1l
Be sure to use the same units for all measurements. You cannot multiply feet times inches times yards, it doesn't make a perfectly cubed measurement.

Volume of some 3D shapes : 1) Cube 2) Rectangular Prism( cuboid) 3) Cylinder 4) Cone 5) Sphere 6) Hemisphere 7) Prism
8) Pyramid

Name of shape
V = a3
Rectangular Prism (Cuboid)
V = l x w x h
V = π r2 h
V = 1/3π r2 h
V = 4/3(π r3)
V = 2/3 (π r3)
V = Area of base x height
V =1/3( area of base x height)

Volume :

Volume Formulas
Volume of Irregular Shape
Volume of Cube
Volume of Rectangular Prism(Cuboid)
Volume of Cylinder
Volume of Cone
Volume of Sphere
Volume of Hemisphere
Volume of Prism
Volume of Pyramid

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