the formula for the volume of a cuboid is
length x breadth x height
The formula for calculating the volume of a cuboid is width x length x height
the formula for the volume of a cuboid is quite simple,it is length multiply by width multiply by height.That's all.
There is not really a formula for a cuboid. Cuboids are solid figures with 6 faces. There are formulas for area and volume of a cuboid.
The formula for calculating volume is Length x Width x Height
Volume of a cuboid = cross-section area times its length
a solid consists of a cuboid, to which a quadrant of a cylinder is attached. AE=20cm,ED=30cm,DC=20cm and CR=70cm. Calculate the volume of the solid.
Volume = Length * Width * Height
It is the formula for the volume of a cuboid.
The formula for calculating the volume of a hexagonal prism is to take the area of the hexagon, then multiply it by the height of the prism.
Volume = area X height
To find the volume of a liquid you must first know the mass and the density. Once you have those two the formula for calculating the volume is (Volume=mass/density).
The formula for calculating the volume of fluid to the fluid container in which it is located. For example. If the container is cylindrical. Area x height = volume of liquid
what is the formula for calculating volume of preesure vessels with dishe ends
Volume = mass / density
Volume = Height*Width*Length
Length X Width X Height * * * * * That formula is good only for a cuboid (rectangular prism). There are an infinte number of solid shapes for which it will not work! There are different formulae for spheres, ellipsoids, cubes, cuboids, and other shapes.
length x with x height
Volume = (2/3)Pi*r3
Volume = length x width x height
since a quadrilateral is 2D .hence it has no volume..............
To calculate the mass of a cuboid a series of formulas are worked. The official formula is mass=density _ volume. So to calculate mass the density and volume should be solved.
Volume of a cuboid.