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{{ printedBook.courseTrack.name }} {{ printedBook.name }} The volume of a prism can be calculated using the area of one of the parallel polygons and the prism's height. The area of one of the parallel polygons is labeled $B$ and is called the base area. The height is measured perpendicular to the base. The volume can be calculated as $V=Bh.$ By Cavalieri's principle, this formula holds true for all types of prisms, including skewed ones.