Q: How do you do 6in 9in 5in for volume?

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90 cubic inches.

A cylinder with a radius of 3 (6/2) inches and a height of 5 inches has a volume of 141.37 inches3.

6 x 5/2 = 15 squinches

Volume = 4/3*pi*53 = 523.5987756 or about 524 cubic inches.

pi rsquared x6ins

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90 cubic inches.

A cylinder with a radius of 3 (6/2) inches and a height of 5 inches has a volume of 141.37 inches3.

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