# Volumes in Geometry

### Volume of a Cube

### V = x^{3}

where: V is the volume and x is the side of
the cube

### Volume of a Cuboid

### V = xyz

where: x, y and z are the adjacent three
sides of the cuboid

### Volume of a Sphere

### V = (4/3) Π r^{3}

where: r is the radius of the cylinder and h
is its height and Π = 3.14

### Volume of a Hemisphere

### V = (2/3) Π r^{3}

where: r is the radius of the hemisphere and
Π = 3.14

### Volume of a Cylinder

### V = Π r^{2} x h

where: r is the radius of the cylinder and h
is its height and Π = 3.14

### Volume of a Rectagular Pyramid

### (Lwh)(1/3)

where: L and w are the two sides of the
rectangular pyramid base and h is the height

### Volume of a Cone

### (Π r^{2} x h)/3

where: r is the radius of the base and h is
the height of the prism