### Cylinder Volume Calculator - Enter radius and height and calculate the volume

## Volume of Cylinder Formula

**Volume of Solid Cylinder Formula**

#### Volume = π r² h

#### r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

### Formula for **Volume** of a **Cylinder with Diameter**

#### Volume = π d² h / 4

#### d is diameter, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

**Volume** of a **Hollow Cylinder**

#### Volume = π (R² - r²) h

#### R is outer radius, r is inner radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

## Volume of Sphere formula

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Sphere** using **Radius**

#### Volume = 4/3 π r³

#### r is radius and Pi value is 3.14

### Find the **Radius** of a **Sphere** for a given **Volume**

#### Radius = (3V / 4π)⅓

#### V is volume and Pi value is 3.14

## Volume of Hemisphere Formula

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Hemisphere** using **Radius**

#### Volume = 2/3 π r³

#### r is radius and Pi value is 3.14

### Find the **Radius** of a **Hemisphere** for a given **Volume**

#### Radius = (3V / 2π)⅓

#### V is volume and Pi value is 3.14

## Volume of a Cone Formula

**Volume** of a **Cone Cylinder**

#### Volume = 1/3 h π r²

#### r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

## Volume of a Cube Formula

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Cube** using **Edge**

#### Volume = a³

#### a is edge

### Find the **Edge** of a **Cube** for a given **Volume**

#### Edge = (V)⅓

#### V is volume

## Volume of a Cuboid Formula

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Cuboid, Volume of a Rectangle ** using Length, Width and Height

#### Volume = L * W * H

#### L is Length, W is Width, and H is Height

## Pyramid Volume Formula

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Triangular Pyramid** using **Area and Height**

#### Volume = 1/3 A H

#### A is Area and H is Height

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Square Pyramid** using **Base edge and Height**

#### Volume = a² h/3

#### A is base edge and H is Height

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Pentagonal Pyramid** using **Base edge and Height**

#### Volume = 5/12 tan(54°)h a²

#### A is base edge and H is Height

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Rectangular Pyramid** using **Base length, Width and Height**

#### Volume = l w h / 3

#### L is base length, W is Width and H is Height

## Volume of Prism Formula

### Find what is Rectangular Prism Volume formula, Triangular Prism volume formula, Square Prism volume formula and Pentagonal Prism volume formula

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Triangular Prism** using **Base Edge, Length and Height**

#### Volume = 1/2 a h l

#### A is Base edge and H is Height and L is Length

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Square Prism** using **Base edge and Height**

#### Volume = a² h

#### A is base edge and H is Height

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Rectangular Prism** using **Width, Length and Height**

#### Volume = w l h

#### W is Width and L is Length and H is Height

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Pentagonal Prism** using **Base edge and Height**

#### Volume = (1 / 4) * square root(5 * (5 + 2 * square root(5))) a² h

#### A is base edge and H is Height

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Hexagonal Prism** using **Base edge and Height**

#### Volume = (3 * square root(3) / 2) a² h

#### A is base edge and H is Height

## Ellipsoid Volume Formula

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Ellipsoid** using **Axes**

#### Volume = 4/3 π a b c

#### A, B and C are axes

## Tetrahedron Volume Formula

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Tetrahedron** using **Edge**

#### Volume = a³ / 6 * square root(2)

#### A is Edge

### Formula to calculate **Edge** of a **Tetrahedron** using **Volume**

#### Edge = square root(2) * (3 * V)⅓

#### V is Volume

## Hollow Cylinder Volume Formula

**Volume** of a **Hollow Cylinder**

#### Volume = π (R² - r²) h

#### R is outer radius, r is inner radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

## Spherical Cap Volume Formula

### Formula to calculate **Volume** of a **Spherical Cap** using **Radius and Height**

#### Volume = (1/3) π h² (3R - h)

#### H is Height, R is Radius and Pi value is 3.14

## Frequently Asked Questions on Volume Calculator and Volume Formula

Volume is a three-dimensional quantity and it represents the actual space an object has taken up

Volume is measured as cubic units like cubic cm, cubic meter, cubic feet.

Capacity is the maximum quantity of substance an object can hold. Capacity is measured in metric units such as liters, milliliters, gallons.

Volume is a three-dimensional quantity and it represents the actual space an object has taken up

Volume is measured as cubic units like cubic cm, cubic meter, cubic feet.

Capacity is the maximum quantity of substance an object can hold. Capacity is measured in metric units such as liters, milliliters, gallons.

V = π r² h. where v is volume, r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

V = π r² h. where v is volume, r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

v = 4/3 π r³. where v is volume, r is radius and Pi value is 3.14

v = 4/3 π r³. where v is volume, r is radius and Pi value is 3.14

v = 1/3 h π r². where v is volume, r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

v = 1/3 h π r². where v is volume, r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

v = a³. where v is volume and a is edge

v = a³. where v is volume and a is edge

v = 1/3 A H. where v is volume, a is area and h is height

v = 1/3 A H. where v is volume, a is area and h is height

v = 4/3 π r³. where v is volume, r is radius and Pi value is 3.14

v = 4/3 π r³. where v is volume, r is radius and Pi value is 3.14

v = 1/2 a h l. where v is volume, a is base edge, h is height and l is length

v = 1/2 a h l. where v is volume, a is base edge, h is height and l is length

v = 1/3 h π r². where v is volume, r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

v = 1/3 h π r². where v is volume, r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

v = w l h. where v is volume, w is width, l is length and h is height

v = w l h. where v is volume, w is width, l is length and h is height

v = π r² l. where v is volume, r is radius, l is length and Pi value is 3.14

v = π r² l. where v is volume, r is radius, l is length and Pi value is 3.14

V = s³. where v is volume and s is the length of the side of the square box

V = s³. where v is volume and s is the length of the side of the square box

v = 1/2 a h l. where v is volume, a is base edge, h is height and l is length.

v = 1/2 a h l. where v is volume, a is base edge, h is height and l is length.

area = πr(r+square root(h²+r²)). where r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

area = πr(r+square root(h²+r²)). where r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

v = 1/2 a h l. where v is volume, a is base edge, h is height and l is length

v = 1/2 a h l. where v is volume, a is base edge, h is height and l is length

A circle has no volume.

A circle has no volume.

v = l w h. where v is volume, l is length, w is width and h is height

v = l w h. where v is volume, l is length, w is width and h is height

v = π r² h. where v is volume, r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

v = π r² h. where v is volume, r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

v = 1/2 a h l. where v is volume, a is base edge, h is height and l is length

v = 1/2 a h l. where v is volume, a is base edge, h is height and l is length

v = a³. where v is volume, a is edge

v = a³. where v is volume, a is edge

v = π r² h. where v is volume, r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

v = π r² h. where v is volume, r is radius, h is height and Pi value is 3.14

v = 4/3 π r³. where v is volume, r is radius and Pi value is 3.14

v = 4/3 π r³. where v is volume, r is radius and Pi value is 3.14