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Q: How do you find the height of a cylinder without using volume or surface area?

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A cylinder with a surface area of 200cm2 and a height of 20cm has a volume of about 137.96cm3

Make the height the subject of the fornula for the volume or surface area of the cylinder

In order to find its height, we must know either the volume or the surface area of the cylinder.

By dividing its cross-section area into its volume

The answer depends on what information you are given: volume and height, or surface area and height, etc.

Use the formula for the volume. Replace the data you know (radius and volume), and solve for the missing data (the height). Once you have this height, it is easy to use the formula for the surface area.

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.

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.

use algebra to find the radius, then plug the height and radius into the surface area equation

Volume = Пr2h Area = 2Пr2+2Пrh (where r=radius of base, h=height of cylinder)

pi*radius2*height = volume of a cylinder height = volume divided by pi*radius2

If the surface area is 30 m2 and the height is 2 m, then the volume is 12.369 m3

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