## Volume calculator for Cone, Cube, Cylinder, Rectangluar Prism, Sphere, Triangular Prism.

### What is a Volume?

The Volume means the capacity and how much liquid the object can hold. In the SI unit, volume is the cubic meter or m^{3}

#### Cone

Cone is similar like pyramids, instead of having polygonal base they are having circular base. To calculate the volume of a cone, just enter the Radius of the circular base and height of the cone.

The Volume of the Cone is calculated as;

** Volume = ⅓πr ^{2}h **

#### Cylinder

A Cylinder is having two circular bases one in top and another at bottom.

The Volume of the Cylinder is calculated as;

** Volume = πr ^{2}h **

#### Cube

A Cube is like a square prism. It is having 6 sides and each side same in length.

The Volume of the Cube is calculated as;

**Volume of the Cube = side ^{3}**

#### Sphere

A Sphere is a three dimensional object like is the surface of the ball. Like circle, the distance from center point to any point in its boundary is same in length which is called as radius, but in 3 dimensional.

The Volume of the Sphere is calculated as;

**Volume of the Sphere = 4/3 x πr ^{3}**

#### Rectangluar Prism

A Rectangluar Prism is a three dimensional object having 6 sides. Each side is considered as a rectangle.

The Volume of the Rectangluar Prism is calculated as;

**Volume of the Rectangluar Prism = L x W x H **

#### Triangular Prism

A Triangular Prism is a three dimensional object having the same triangles at the top and bottom and the 3 sides having the rectangluar surface.

The Volume of the Triangular Prism is calculated as;

**Volume of the Triangular Prism = ¼h √((a+b+c)(b+c−a)(c+a−b)(a+b−c)) **