# Parallelepiped volume calculator

## Volume

## Parallelepiped

## Parallelepiped volume

A rectangular box is a geometric body, or rather a prism, at the base of which lies a rectangle. Therefore, using the method of deriving the formula for a prism, we obtain that it is possible to calculate the volume of a parallelepiped, knowing its base area and height. Since the area of the rectangle lying at its base is equal to the product of the sides, therefore, the volume of the box depends on its three parameters - length, width and height.

**Formula:**

V = a x b x c

Where:

- V is the volume of the parallelepiped.
- a is the height of the parallelepiped.
- b is the length of the parallelepiped.
- c is the width of the parallelepiped.

Using our parallelepiped volume calculator is easy. Simply enter the length, width, and height of the parallelepiped, and our calculator will automatically calculate the volume for you.

## Example

Let's say you have a parallelepiped with a length of 4, a width of 6, and a height of 8. To find the volume of the parallelepiped, you would use the formula:

V = a x b x c

V = 8 x 6 x 4

V = 192

So the volume of the parallelepiped is 192 cubic units.

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