The volume of a cylinder can be calculated by squaring the radius, multiplying that value by Pi, then multiplying by the height. Plug your dimensions into this formula, where r is radius and h is height: V = Pi*r2h
The height of this cylinder is 2.4868 cm
Cylinder Volumes = pi x radius squared x height Cylinder Volume = 3.14159265 x radius 2 x height
The volume of a cylinder is (pi)r^2h. This means the volume is dependent on both the height and the radius of the cylinder. So, one must know Volume and either radius or height to calculate height or radius respectively.
The answer will depend on which of the two measures is the height of the cylinder and which is the radius.
H = 0.00308 meters.
Calculate it by multiplying the value of Pi by twice the radius - then multiplying that number by the height... I'll leave YOU to do the maths !
When you calculate the volume of pipe(or cylinder, as I prefer calling it), you need to know 2 things; the height of the cylinder and the radius of the circle(base of the cylinder). Then you use this formula; hpr^2 (height * pi * radius)
A cylinder with a radius of 0.75cm and a height of 30000cm has a volume of 53,014.38cm3This equates to 53.01438 litres.
(assuming its a cylinder) volume = pi * radius2 * height so: radius = square root ( volume / ( pi * height ) )
The radius of a cylinder is independent of its height.
A cylinder with a radius of 5 centimeters and a height of 9 centimeters has a volume slightly greater than 7 deciliters (0.7 liters)