The volume of a circular cylinder varies directly with the height of the cylinder and with the square of the cylinder's radius If the height is halved and the radius is doubled then the volume will be increased.
use algebra to find the radius, then plug the height and radius into the surface area equation
A cylinder with a radius of 4cm and a height of 2cm has a volume of 100.53cm3
The volume of a cylinder that has a radius of 3cm and a height of 7cm is 197.92cm3
If the radius and height of a cylinder are both doubled, then its surface area becomes 4 times what it was originally, and its volume becomes 8 times as much.
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.
Pi * Radius * Radius * Height.
The height of a cylinder with a radius of 7 and a volume of 150 is: 0.9744 units.
The volume of a cylinder with a height of 1 and a radius of 2.45 is: 18.86 units3
The Volume of cylinder with radius of 4cm and height of 10cm is: 502.65 cm3
The radius of a cylinder that has a volume of 350cm and a height of 10cm is: 3.34 cm
The volume of a cylinder that has a radius of 6 and a height of 8 is: 226.2 units3