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Volume of Cube is simply calculated based on the factor including length. It is mainly used in engineering field to calculate the volume of cube.

Formula to find the volume of the cube:

V = l ^ 3

where

V is the volume of the cube

l is the length of the one of the side of the cube

Volume of the Cylinder is simply calculated based on the parameters including radius of the Cylinder, height of the Cylinder and the pie constant

Formula to find the Volume of the Cylinder:

V = # * r^2 * h

where

V is the Volume of the Cylinder

# is the pie constant, the value of the pie is 3.14

r is the radius of the Cylinder

h is the height of the Cylinder

Volume of Cuboid is simply calculated based on the parameters including cuboid length, cuboid height and cuboid weight

Formula to find the Volume of Cuboid:

V = l * h * w

where

V is the Volume of Cuboid

l is the length of the Cuboid

h is the height of the Cuboid

w is the weight of the Cuboid

Volume of the Sphere is simply calculated based on the parameters including radius of the Sphere and the pie constant

Formula to find the Volume of the Sphere:

V = 4/3 * # * r^3

where

V is the Volume of the Sphere

# is the pie constant and the value of the pie is 3.14

r is the radius of the Sphere