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Assuming a "1 inch cylinder" refers to a cylinder whose diameter is 1 inch, the volume is V = pi*r2*h = pi*12*(50*12) = 1885 cubic inches.

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Assuming a "1 inch cylinder" refers to a cylinder whose diameter is 1 inch, the volume is V = pi*r2*h = pi*12*(50*12) = 1885 cubic inches.