Calculating The Volume Of A Parallelepiped

Calculate the Volume of a Parallelepiped

A parallelepiped is generally defined as a 6-faced polyhedron, all of whose faces are parallelograms lying in pairs of parallel planes. A parallelepiped can also be defined as a polyhedron with six faces (hexahedron), each of which is a parallelogram, or a hexahedron with three pairs of parallel faces, or a prism of which the base is a parallelogram.

These volume calculations are provided for a standard parallelepiped using the three parallelepiped edge lengths and the three internal angles between the edges.

Method #1 - Parallelepiped Volume Calculator

Find the Volume of a Parallelepiped
Length 1
Length 2
Length 3
Angle 1
Angle 2
Angle 3
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Method #2 – Volume of a Parallelepiped Formula

The volume of a parallelepiped can be calculated by using the formula:

Parallelepiped Volume

Parallelepiped K Volume

In this formula, a, b, and c are the parallelepiped edge lengths, and α, β, and γ are the internal angles between the edges.

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