# Volume

Volume, abbreviated as V, is a measure of the amount of space occupied by a three-dimensional object. Volume is a extensive variable whose values depend on the quantity of substance under study. It is expressed in terms of length cubed, a quantity of three dimensional space occupied by gas, liquid, or solid. Volume is a scalar quantity having direction, some of these include area, density, energy, entropy, length, mass, power, pressure, speed, temperature, and work.

Volumes are used in many applications, including architecture, engineering, physics, and chemistry. They are important for calculating quantities such as the amount of fluid that can be held in a container, the amount of space available for storage, or the amount of air that can be circulated in a room.

## Volume Glossary

- Cube Circumscribed Sphere Volume
- Cube Inscribed Sphere Volume
- Cube Volume
- Elliptic Paraboloid Volume
- Isosceles Triangle Wedge Volume
- Oblique Cylinder Violume
- Right Hexagonal Prism Volume
- Right Cone Volume
- Right Cylinder Volume
- Right Elliptic Cylinder Volume
- Right Hollow Cylinder Inside Volume
- Right Hollow Cylinder Object Volume
- Right Pentagonal Prism Volumer
- Right Pentagonal Pyramid Volume
- Right Rectangular Prism Volume
- Right Square Prism Volume
- Right Square Pyramid Volume
- Right Triangular Pyramid Volume
- Right Triangle Wedge Volume
- Sphere Volume
- Sphere Cap Volume
- Sphere Sector Volume
- Sphere Segment Volume
- Sphere Wedge Voilume
- Torus Volume