Math Formulas


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Volume of a cone

Formula = (\(\frac{1}{3}\))b * h (or \(\frac{1}{3}\pi r^2\) * h).
Where,
b = the area of the circular base (i.e \(\pi r^2\)), and
h = the height of the cone.
Unit of measurement = cubic unit, e.g \(cm^3\)
Entry link: Volume of a cone

Volume of a cube

Formula = \(a^3\).
Where,
a = the length of a side of the cube
Unit of measurement = cubic unit, e.g \(cm^3\)

Entry link: Volume of a cube

Volume of a cuboid

Formula = L * B * H.
Where,
L = the length of the cuboid, and
B = the breadth of the cuboid, and
H = the height of the cuboid.
Unit of measurement = cubic unit, e.g \(cm^3\)
Entry link: Volume of a cuboid

Volume of a cylinder

Formula = b * h (or \(\pi r^2\) * h).
Where,
b = the area of the circular base (i.e \(\pi r^2\)), and
h = the height of the sides.
Unit of measurement = cubic unit, e.g \(cm^3\)
Entry link: Volume of a cylinder

Volume of a pyramid

Formula = (\(\frac{1}{3}\) ) b * h.
Where,
b = the area of the pyramid (i.e \(\pi r^2\)), and
h = the perpendicular height of the pyramid.
Unit of measurement = cubic unit, e.g \(cm^3\)
Entry link: Volume of a pyramid

Volume of a rectangular prism

Formula = L * W * H.
Where,
L = the length of the cuboid, and
W = the width of the cuboid, and
H = the height of the cuboid.
Unit of measurement = cubic unit, e.g \(cm^3\)

Entry link: Volume of a rectangular prism

Volume of a sphere

Formula = \(\frac{4}{3} \pi r^3\).
Where,
r = radius of the sphere
Unit of measurement = cubic unit, e.g \(cm^3\)
Entry link: Volume of a sphere