Secondary Catalogue

Series: Volume and Surface Area of 3D Shapes

Surface Area of a Cube

The surface area of a cube will be equal to ‘6’ multiplied by the length of its side squared.

Surface Area of a Cuboid

The surface area of a cuboid is equal to ‘2’ multiplied by ‘lb’ plus ‘bh’ plus ‘hl’, where ‘l’, ‘b’ and ‘h’ are its length, breadth and height, respectively.

Surface Area of a Cylinder

The surface area of a cylinder is equal to 2πr multiplied by ‘(r plus h)’, where ‘r’ and ‘h’ are the radius and height of the cylinder, respectively.

Volume of a Cube

A cube is a 3 - dimensional object having all sides of the equal measure. The volume of a cube is equal to its ‘side’ multiplied by its ‘side’ multiplied by its ‘side’, which is equal to ‘side cubed’.

Volume of a Cuboid

The volume of a cuboid is equal to its ‘length’ multiplied by its ‘breadth’ multiplied by its ‘height’.The volume of a cuboid is also equal to the ‘area of its base’ multiplied by its ‘height’.

Volume of a Sphere

If the radius of a sphere is ‘r’, its volume will be equal to ‘4 divided by 3’ multiplied by ‘πr cubed’.