Perimeter, Area, and

**Volume**.

Table 3. Volume Formulas |
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Shape | Formula |
Variables |

Pyramid or Cone | V=13Ah | A is the area of the base, h is the height. |

Sphere | V=43πr3 | r is the radius. |

Herein, what are the formulas to find volume?

Calculating **Volume** The **formula to find** the **volume** multiplies the length by the width by the height. The good news for a cube is that the measure of each of these dimensions is exactly the same. Therefore, you can multiply the length of any side three times. This results in the **formula**: **Volume** = side * side * side.

Furthermore, what is the formula for the volume of a hemisphere? The volume of a sphere is 4/3 **π r ^{3}**. So the volume of a hemisphere is half of that: V = (2 / 3)

**π r**. Solve for r and then substitute in 60 for V.

^{3}Keeping this in consideration, what is the formula of volume of square?

**Volume** of a cube = side times side times side. Since each side of a **square** is the same, it can simply be the length of one side cubed. If a **square** has one side of 4 inches, the **volume** would be 4 inches times 4 inches times 4 inches, or 64 cubic inches. (Cubic inches can also be written in^{3}.)

What is the formula for capacity?

If the wall and base thickness is t, the **capacity** is given by: **Capacity** of rectangular container with wall thickness t = (l – 2t) • (w – 2t) • (h – 2t). If you know that the container’s walls, base and top have different thicknesses, use those instead of 2t.