# Volume of a cuboid calculator

Calculating a **cuboid's** volume is a little difficult **compared** to the cube's **volume** calculation. Different measures for its **sides** make it complicated for a **student**. Are you also facing **problems** with this calculation? Do you want to find the **volume** of a cuboid within **seconds** and with 100% accuracy?

You should use this **volume of a cuboid calculator **that has been **designed** for this calculation only. Using this online maths calculator, you can find the volume of a **cuboid** with any measure. It means that you will **find** it useful even if you have **bigger** measures for its **lengths**. Let us show you what is the **formula** for the volume of a cuboid to understand the **workings** of this online calculator.

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## What is the volume of a cuboid?

A **cuboid** is a three-dimensional **figure** with all **6** rectangular faces and is **similar** to a cube (**a standard box**). The only difference between a **cuboid** and a standard **box** is that it has different measures for **length**, height, and width. That’s **why**, the volume of a **cuboid** calculation is also a bit different **from** the cube’s volume calculation.

The volume of a cuboid is the **space** in all **three dimensions** that this figure **covers** and surrounds. You can **say** that if your standard-sized **room’s** roof is compressed a little **low**, the region your room will **cover** then will be called its **volume**.

### What is the volume of a cuboid formula?

As this shape has different measures for its sides, the formula for the volume calculation involves all those sides. Here is the general formula for the calculation of the volume of a cuboid.

Volume of a cuboid = Length x Width x Height cubic units

The units for the **volume** of any **cube** will be the cube of the **concerned** unit. **For example**, if you have measurements in centimeters, the units for the volume will be "centimer^{3}" or "cm^{3}".

### How to calculate the volume of a cuboid?

To **calculate** the volume of a **cuboid**, we need to multiply the **length**, height, and width of the **cuboid**. It is pretty simple because you only have to be **proficient** in multiplication. But we have also solved an **example** here for your understanding.

**Example 1:**

What will be the volume of a cuboid if the measures of length, width, and height are 2m, 5m, and 9m?

**Solution:**

As we have the following formula for the volume of a cuboid calculation, so,

Volume of a cuboid = length x width x height cubic units

= 2 x 5 x 9 m^{3}

= 90 m^{3}

### How to use the volume of a cuboid calculator?

If you don’t want to find the **volume** of a cuboid manually, you can **use** this tool by Calculator’s Bag. It will make the calculation faster and more accurate because it has a pre-programmed **algorithm** to work at the backend. Follow these steps to find the volume of any cuboid using this online maths calculator.

- Put the measure of length in the first input box
- Write the measure of width in the second input box
- Insert the measurements of height in the third input box
- The calculator will automatically show you the answer to the volume in the fourth box

### FAQ | Volume of a cuboid calculator

**What is the volume of the cuboid in cm3?**

The volume of a cuboid in cm3 depends on the measures of its sides because we have to multiply the lengths of all sides.

**How do you find the volume of a cuboid and its area?**

To calculate the volume of a cuboid, we need to multiply the length, width, and height. On the other side, we need to use the following formula.

Area of a cuboid = 2 (lw + wh + lh) square units

**How do you prove the volume of a cuboid? **

The volume of a cuboid is the multiplication of its length, width, and height.

**What is the rule of the volume of the cuboid? **

The only rule of the volume of the cuboid calculation is the multiplication of all three measures.

**What properties do you need to calculate the volume of a cuboid? **

We only need to know the measure of length, width, and height to calculate the volume of a cuboid.