Volume of a Rectangular PrismV=l x w x hwhereV = Volume in cubic inchesw = width of the base in linear unitsl = length of base in linear unitsh = altitude of the prism in linear unitsExample:Find the number of cubic inches of water which can be contained by a rectangularcan 5" x 6" x 10" high.V=l x w x hV = 5" x 6" x 10" = 300 cubic inchesVolume of a ConewhereV = Volume of a cone in cubic unitsA = Area of the base in square unitsh = Altitude of a cone in linear unitsr = Radius of the based = Diameter of the baseExample:Find the volume of a cone whose altitude is 2’6“ and whose base has a radius of10".= 3141.6 cubic inchesAI-16