Volume of a Cuboid
A cuboid is a 3 dimensional shape.
So to work out the volume we need to know 3 measurements.
So to work out the volume we need to know 3 measurements.
Look at this shape.
There are 3 different measurements:
Height, Width, Length

The volume is found using the formula:
Volume = Height × Width × Length
Which is usually shortened to:
V = h × w × l
Or more simply:
V = hwl
In Any Order
It doesn't really matter which one is length, width or height, so long as you multiply all three together.
Example: What is the volume:
The volume is:
4 × 5 × 10 = 200 units^{3}
It also works out the same like this:
10 × 5 × 4 = 200 units^{3}

25 November 2012 at 15:57
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