Yes, but it is given different names, depending on the type of solid.
There are infinitely many figures and so infinitely many formula and therefore it is impossible to give ALL of them.
length x width x height
You are finding the volume of the solid figure.To find the volume of a solid figure, depending on the size of the object, you can use a graduated cylinder. You can fill the cylinder up to x amount of water and then measure the amount after dropping the solid into the water, and then subtract the amount before, from the amount after, to get the volume of a solid. You can also use simple mathematics to figure the volume of the solid. There are different formulas for calculating volume for different types of solid figures.
There kind of solid object will determine the formula that will be used to find its volume.
A cube would fit the given description
A solid figure.
You have to count the lines on a solid figure
no a basketball is not a solid figure.
A sphere would fit the given description
No- a triangle is a plane figure, not a solid.