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`Hexagon_"volume" = 3/2 * sqrt(3) * "s" ^2 * "h" `

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The **Hexagon Volume** calculator computes the volume of a regular Hexagon shaped object or column. * Regular Hexagon*

- Choose units (default is meters)
- Enter the length of the sides (
**s**) of the hexagon shaped ends. - Enter the height (
**h**) of the shape.

**Hexagon Volume (V):** The volume is returned in cubic meters. However, this can be automatically converted to other volume units via the pull-down menu.

**Related Calculators:**

- Surface Area of a Hexagon column
- Area of a Hexagon shaped surface, CLICK HERE.
*Giant's Causeway*

A regular hexagon is a six sided polygon where all of the sides are the same length (**s**). A hexagon volume has the extra dimension of height (**h**). See the diagram. The formula for the volume of a hexagon column is:

**V= ^{3}/_{2} • √3 • s^{2} • h**

where:

- V is the volume of the hexagon column
- s is the length of one side of the regular hexagon
- h is the height of the column.

Hexagons appear in mathematics and in nature (e.g. honey comb of honey bees). The volcanic columns at the Giant's Causeway in North Ireland have regular shapes including regular hexagons.

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