Q: How do you find ratio of diameter to height?

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Pi is 3.14, a number that represents the ratio between a circle's circumference and its diameter. It cannot be used to find the height of an elephant.

Easy, you find the area of the circle (Pi X Radius squared) and then multiply it by the height. Your question asks about using the diameter...the radius is half of the diameter.

Volume = Pir2 X height Diameter = 2r Pi = 3.1416 Solve for diameter Volume/height = 3.1416(diameter/2)2 (square root of (Volume/height/3.1416)) X 2 = diameter of the cylinder base

For any circle in a plane, the ratio of circumference to diameter is a number called pi, approximately 3.14.

You cannot determine the height and diameter from just the volume because there is an almost infinite number of combinations of height and diameter that could create a particular volume.

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Pi is 3.14, a number that represents the ratio between a circle's circumference and its diameter. It cannot be used to find the height of an elephant.

By plugging them into the formula for the volume of a cylinder:volume = πr2hwhere:π = ratio of circumference to diameter of a circle (~= 3.142)r = radius of cylinder = diameter ÷ 2h = height of cylinder.That's how to find the volume, this is it actually being found:volume = πr2h= π x (diameter ÷ 2)2 x height= π x (9 cm ÷ 2)2 x 11 cm~= 700 cm3

The diameter of a car tire is 40cm and the diameter of a toy car tire is 18mm. Find the ratio of the diameter of the car to the diameter of the toy car

Easy, you find the area of the circle (Pi X Radius squared) and then multiply it by the height. Your question asks about using the diameter...the radius is half of the diameter.

Volume = Pir2 X height Diameter = 2r Pi = 3.1416 Solve for diameter Volume/height = 3.1416(diameter/2)2 (square root of (Volume/height/3.1416)) X 2 = diameter of the cylinder base

divide volume by height then by pi.

height has to be given. or volume. volume of a cylinder is v = (pi r ^2) h or diameter times height.

For any circle in a plane, the ratio of circumference to diameter is a number called pi, approximately 3.14.

You cannot determine the height and diameter from just the volume because there is an almost infinite number of combinations of height and diameter that could create a particular volume.

diameter=9 height=11

Your diameter is double the radius. So the diameter is 6

first you multiply each side by 1,000,000 then you find the surface area of a cylinder that has a diameter of 3in and the height of 6in