The capital Latin letter is commonly used in math as a variable to represent volume.
The Latin Alphabet is a collection of 26 symbols that form the basis of the English language. The alphabet's symbols are used throughout mathematics to represent variables, constants, and coeffecients.
The volume of a cone is given by one third multiplied by PI, the radius of its base squared, and its height.
The volume of a cube is given by the length of the cube length raised to the third power.
The volume of a cylinder is given by 1/2 τ (tau) multiplied by the radius squared and height.
To calculate the volume of a rectangular prism multiply its height, width, and length together.
The volume of a sphere is given by two-thirds multiplied by the circle constant τ (tau) multiplied by the radius cubed.
The latin letter v.