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Go here: http://www.math.com/tables/geometry/volumes.htm
If your talking about a regular shape, meaning a 1-dimensional object, you can't really get the volume of that.
Hope this helps! -jayps

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The Volume Control on your sub-woofer is a Potentiometer. A variable resistor in this case.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potentiometer

Observe the top photo, then go to the illustration below it.
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Your volume control won't look like the second illustration down, but it gives an illustration to show you to help explain the following;

See the triangular shaped piece that extends from the shaft in the middle? Number 3
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