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WELCOME ALL

VOLUME
Prepared By
HARIKRISHNAKISHOR
SB

Volume of a Solid
It is the amount of space inside that solid.

Example :
If we were to fill the cylinder with water the volume
would be the amount of water the cylinder could
hold.

Volume of Solid = Base Area x Height


lb
r2
b

H
H

TRIANGULAR PRISM
h

Area =
1/2bh
b

Volume =
1/2bhH

SQUARE PRISM
a
a

Area =
a

VOLUME = aH

RECTANGULAR PRISM
b
l

b
H

Area = l
b

VOLUME = lbH

CYLINDER
r

Area = r

VOLUME = rH

TRIANGULAR PYRAMID
Area = 1/2bh

b
H
h

VOLUME = 1/6 bhH

SQUARE PYRAMID
a

Area = a

VOLUME = 1/3 aH
a

CONE
r

Area = r

VOLUME = 1/3 rH

SPHERE
r

VOLUME = 4/3
r

THANK YOU