Length X Width X Height
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That formula is good only for a cuboid (rectangular prism). There are an infinte number of solid shapes for which it will not work! There are different formulae for spheres, ellipsoids, cubes, cuboids, and other shapes.
The formula for calculating volume is Length x Width x Height
The formula for calculating the volume of a hexagonal prism is to take the area of the hexagon, then multiply it by the height of the prism.
Volume = area X height
To find the volume of a liquid you must first know the mass and the density. Once you have those two the formula for calculating the volume is (Volume=mass/density).
The formula for calculating the volume of fluid to the fluid container in which it is located. For example. If the container is cylindrical. Area x height = volume of liquid
what is the formula for calculating volume of preesure vessels with dishe ends
the formula for the volume of a cuboid is length x breadth x height
Volume = mass / density
Volume = Height*Width*Length
length x with x height
Volume = (2/3)Pi*r3
Volume = length x width x height
since a quadrilateral is 2D .hence it has no volume..............
3 x (lenght x lenght) = volume of cube
Pi, times, the squaire of the raidous, times hight. = volume
The formula for the volume of numbers is V=Bh, where B is the area of the base and h is the height of the solid.
this isn't aldgebra D:
Assuming the room is rectangular, the formula for calculating the volume of it would be: length x width x height. A ten by ten room that is eight feet in height would have a volume of 800 cubic feet.
V = LWH (Volume = Length x Width x Height)
The density of anything is its mass divided by its volume: density = mass/volume
The object's density = (its mass) divided by (its volume)
A pentagon is a 2-dimensional shape and therefore has no volume whatsoever. As a result, the formula is very simple: Volume = 0 units