The volume of a solid shape is the amount of space that it occupies.
It is measured by the number of unit cubes needed to fill
the space. A standard-sized volume that we use to measure
other volumes. The SI unit of volume is the cubic metre. In
general the

Volume V of a Cuboid is given by

V = l x b x h

Volume V of a Prism is given by

V = A x h

where, A is areaq of its cross-section and h is its heigh.

Volume V of a Pyramid is given by

V = 1/3 x A x h

where, A is area of its base and h is its height.

Volume V of a Cylinder is given by

V = π r^{2} x h

Volume V of a Cone is given by

V = 1/3 x π r^{2} x h

Volume V of a Sphere is given by

V = 4/3 x π x r^{3}