The volume of the cylinder is basically the volume enclosed between the two bases and its shell.

To calculate it we need the radius of the cylinder $(R)$ and the height of the cylinder $(H)$.

In geometry it is customary to mark the volume with the letter $(V)$.

**The formula for the volume is:**

**$V=π\times R²\times H$**

**$π$**** (****pi****) is a mathematical constant whose value is (approximately) equal to**. **$3.14$****.**