### Topic Content:

- Measurement of Volume
- For a regular object
- For an irregular object
- For a cone
- For a cylinder

Objects that have definite shapes are called **regular objects**. Objects that do not have definite or regular shapes are called **irregular objects**.

Regular objects have all their sides and lengths equal. Irregular objects do not have their sides and lengths equal. Regular objects include objects like cubes and cuboids. Examples of irregular objects include a piece of stone, pieces of broken glass, a piece of paper, a piece of brick, a leaf, etc.

### For a Regular Object:

For a regular object, the volume can easily be calculated by measuring length (l), breadth (or width) (b), and height (h).

Volume = length Ã— breadth Ã— height = l Ã— b Ã— h

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