The **volume** of an object is the total space occupied by that object. The volume of a cube is obtained by taking the product of three lengths of the cube.

volume = s * s * s

Syntax to obtain the volume of a cube in Ruby

: This represents the volume of the cube.**volume**

: This represents the length of each side of the cube.**s**

- The value returned is the volume of the cube.

# create function to get the volume of a cubedef getVolume(lengthOfSide)volume = lengthOfSide * lengthOfSide * lengthOfSideputs "The volume of cube with length of side #{lengthOfSide} is = #{volume}"end# create length of sides of cubesl1 = 23l2 = 5l3 = 0.5l4 = 100# get the volumes of the cubesgetVolume(l1)getVolume(l2)getVolume(l3)getVolume(l4)

- Line 2: We create a function called
`getVolume()`

, which takes the length of the side of a cube, calculates the volume, and prints the result to the console. - Lines 9–12: We provide several values for the lengths of sides of different cubes whose volume we want to get.
- Lines 15–18: We invoke the function created to get the volume of the cubes.

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