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2015-02-21T14:03:59+05:30
I m giving a table
find all ur volumes
ShapeVolume FormulaSurface Area FormulaCubes3 
where s = length of the side
6s2
where s = length of the side
Cuboidlwh
where l = lengthw = width, h = height
2(lw + lh + wh)
where l = lengthw = width, h = height
Prismarea of base × height2 × area of base + perimeter of base × heightCylinderπr2h 
where r = radius, h = height
(r + h
where r = radius, h = height
Hollow Cylinderπh(R2 − r2) 
where R = radius of the outer surface, r = radius of the inner surface
rh + 2πRh + 2(πR2 − πr2)
where R = radius of the outer surface, r= radius of the inner surface
Cone
where r = radius, h = height
π(r + s
where r = radius, = slant height
PyramidAny pyramid = area of base + area of each of the lateral faces
Regular pyramid = area of base + ps

where p = perimeter of the base, s = slant height 
Square pyramid = b2 + 2bs 
where b = length of the base, s = slant height 
Sphere
where r = radius
r2
where r = radius
Hemisphere
where r = radius
r2
where r = radius
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2015-02-21T14:28:57+05:30
Volume\ of\ cone =  \frac{1}{3} \pi  r^{2} h\ \ r\ is\ base\ radius\ and\ h\ is\ height\ of\ cone \\ 
Volume\ of\ a\ cube\ =\ l^{3} \ \ where\ l\ is\ the\ length\ of\ side\ of\ cube \\
Volume\ of\ cuboid\ =\ a*b*c\ \ where\ a,\ b\ and\ c\ are\ sides\ of\ cuboid\\
Volume\ of\ hemisphere\ =\ \frac{2}{3}\pi r^{3} \ \ where\ r\ is\ radius\ of\ hemisphere\\
Volume\ of\ sphere\ =\ \frac{4}{3}\pi r^{3} \ \ where\ r\ is\ radius\ of\ sphere\\
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