# How do you measure the volume of a baking pan?

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## How do you measure pan size?

For squares and rectangles: The area of a square or rectangular pan is calculated by multiplying one side times the other side. The area of an 8-inch square is 64 square inches because 8 x 8 = 64; the area of a 9 x 13-inch pan is 117 square inches because 9 x 13 = 117.

## What is the volume of an 8 inch cake pan?

Round Pan Dimensions

Pan Dimensions Pan Volume (cups) Pan Volume (liters)
6″ x 2″ 4 cups 948 mL
8″ x 1.5″ 4 cups 948 mL
8″ x 2″ 6 cups 1.4 liters
9″ x 1.5″ 6 cups 1.4 liters

## How do you find the volume of a round pan?

Since the pans are cylinders, albeit short ones, by squaring the radius of the pan, this being half the diameter, then multiplying by 3.14 (or pi) you get the area of the base of the pan. Multiply that by the height, and you have the volume. That volume will be in cubic inches, so convert it cups for cooking purposes.

## What size is a standard round cake pan?

There are two main types of round cake tins/pans but when a size is specified it is always the diameter (width) of the tin, and not the depth. The most common sizes of tin are 20cm/8 inches and 23cm/9 inches, though you can get smaller and larger sizes and an 18cm/7 inch tin is not uncommon.

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## Is an 8×8 pan half the size of a 9×13?

The 8×8-inch pan is just slightly bigger than a halved 9×13, so if halving a recipe you may want to reduce the baking time by about 5 minutes, and check on the casserole then.

## What is the volume of a 6 inch springform pan?

Pan Size and Volumes

 Pan Size and Type Volume 6 x 3 inch Springform Pan 4 cups 7 x 2½ inch Springform Pan 5½ cups 8 x 2 inch Springform Pan 6 cups 8½ x 2½ inch Springform Pan 7½ cups