Volume : Cube, Cuboid, Cylinder

Overview

**Volume of Some Solids** :
Volume of cube $={a}^{3}$
Volume of cuboid $=lbh$
Volume of cylinder $=\pi {r}^{2}h$

volume

Volume is the "space-span within a closed 3D-solid".

The volume of a cube of side $a$ is "$a}^{3$".

The volume of a cuboid of length $l$, breadth $b$, and height $h$ is "$lbh$".

The volume of a cylinder of height $h$ and radius $r$ is the area of cross section multiplied the height, given by $\pi \times {r}^{2}\times h$

What is the volume of a cuboid of length $2$ cm, breadth $3$ cm and height $4$ cm?

The answer is "$24c{m}^{3}$".

summary

**Volume of Some Solids** :
Volume of cube $={a}^{3}$
Volume of cuboid $=lbh$
Volume of cylinder $=\pi {r}^{2}h$

Outline

The outline of material to learn "Mensuration basics : Length, Area, & Volume" is as follows.

Note: * click here for detailed outline of Mensuration (Basics). *

• ** Measuring Basics**

→ __Introduction to Standards__

→ __Measuring Length__

→ __Accurate & Approximate Meaures__

→ __Measuring Area__

→ __Measuring Volume__

→ __Conversion between Units of Measure__

• ** 2D shapes**

→ __Perimeter of Polygons__

→ __Area of Square & rectangle__

→ __Area of Triangle__

→ __Area of Polygons__

→ __Perimeter and area of a Circle__

→ __Perimeter & Area of Quadrilaterals__

• ** 3D shapes**

→ __Surface Area of Cube, Cuboid, Cylinder__

→ __Volume of Cube, Cuboid, Cylinder__