If a cylinder has a diameter of 4 inches, then it has a radius of two inches, and the area of that circle is pi, 3.14, times radius squared which is 4 square inches, for a total of very close to 13 square inches; multiply that by the 4 inch length of the cylinder and you get 52 cubic inches.
5,600 cubic inches.
A 6-inch diameter pipe that is 16 feet long has a volume of: 3.14 cubic feet
19.63 square inches are in the area of a 5-inch diameter circle.
About 12.25 inches
The volume of a cylinder with a 6 inch diameter and a height of 6 inches is 169.65 cubic inches.
201 cubic inches
9,651 cubic inches for a 32-inch diameter x 12-inch long cylinder.
The volume of a cylinder that measures 18 inches high and has a diameter of 9 inches is 1,145.11 cubic inches.
28.274 cubic inches.
392.7 cubic inches.
A 10-inch diameter cylinder that is 12 feet long has a volume of: 11,300 cubic inches.
A cylinder that has an 18-inch diameter and is 36 inches long has a volume of: 5.3 cubic feet.
You can use the formula for the volume of a cylinder to calculate that.
0.135 cubic feet
Volume = pi*2.752*6 = 142.5497667 cubic inches