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The volume of a square prism is the space it occupies in the three-dimensional plane. It is measured in cubic units such as m^{3}, cm^{3}, mm^{3}, ft^{3}.

The formula is given below:

Let us solve some examples to understand the concept.

**Find the volume of a square prism with a base edge of 5 in and length of 8.5 in.**

Solution:

As we know,

Volume* (V) = a ^{2}l, *here

âˆ´

= 212.5 in

**Find the volume of a prism with a square base of 6.5 ft and length of 12 ft.**

Solution:

As we know,

Volume* (V) = a ^{2}l, *here

âˆ´ V = (6.5)

= 507 ft

**More Resources:**- Volume of a Prism
- Surface Area of a Prism
- Right Prism
- Oblique Prism
- Rectangular Prism
- Volume of a Rectangular Prism
- Surface Area of a Rectangular Prism
- Triangular Prism
- Volume of a Triangular Prism
- Surface Area of a Triangular Prism
- Hexagonal Prism
- Volume of a Hexagonal Prism
- Surface Area of a Hexagonal Prism
- Pentagonal Prism
- Volume of a Pentagonal Prism
- Surface Area of a Pentagonal Prism
- Trapezoidal Prism
- Volume of a Trapezoidal Prism
- Surface Area of a Trapezoidal Prism
- Square Prism
- Volume of a Square Prism
- Surface Area of a Square Prism
- Octagonal Prism
- Heptagonal Prism
- Decagonal Prism

Last modified on August 3rd, 2023