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It can be very simple, as is the case with regular box-shaped or cube-shaped objects, or it can be very complicated if you have to account for curved surfaces or very irregular shapes. The basic idea, though, for simple and 'regular' objects, is that you have to multiply measurements along 3 dimensions: length, width, and height. Follow the link for more specifics.

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