The volume *V* of any right prism is the product of *B*, the area of the base, and the height
*h* of the prism.

Formula: *V = Bh*

__Volume of a Pyramid __

The volume V of any pyramid with height h and a base with area B is equal
to one-third the product of the height and the area of the base.

Formula: V = (1/3)Bh

__Volume of a Cylinder__

The volume V of any cylinder with radius r and height h is equal to the product of the area of
a base and the height.

Formula: V = (PI)r^{2}h

*Volume of a Cone*

The volume V of any cone with radius r
and height h is equal to one-third the product of the height and the area of the base.

Formula: V = (1/3)(PI)r^{2}h

**Volume of a Sphere**

*The volume V for any sphere with radius r is equal to four-thirds times the product of PI
and the cube of the radius.*

*Volume Formula: V = (4/3)(PI)r*^{3}