You cannot. The cylinder could be a large squat shape, or a thin tube which could be as long as you want. The volume of a cylinder does not determine its shape.
It is not possible to draw a cone cylinder and triangular prism in this platform.
Draw a rectangle for the side of the cylinder and on top and bottom of this rectangle 2 circles for the base and the top of the cylinder The rectangle width would be the diameter of the circle large and the same height that the cylinder
a circle for the head a cylinder for the mouth draw details include long hair
Make it 5x5x5
Rectangles don't have volume, they have area. Only 3 dimensional figures have volume.
draw a rectangle and two triangles on top
No, it is not possible to construct a cube of twice teh volume of a given cube using only a straightedge and a compass.
you could draw a bar chart in Millillitre's and Litre's
radius squared multiplied by pie
The formula is: [ Volume = 0 ].A 'plane figure' has no volume. That's any figure that you can draw on paper,and those can't hold water. It takes volume to hold water, and volume takesthree dimensions.
You cannot. A rectangle is a plane figure with linear measures (length, breadth) and a measure of area but does not have a volume.
You draw a picture of it everyday or take a picture.