Fist you've got to find the volume of the sphere, if the radius was 4cm then it would be...4/3*pi*r3=268cm V of cylinder= pi*r2*l (the radius for example is 8cm) 268=pi*64*l L=268/64pi =1.3cm
volume = area * height = Pi * Radius^2 * height = Pi * 4 *1 = 12.6m^3 of water = 12600 L
If the sphere has radius r and the cylinder has radius d then the rise in water level will be 4/3(pi r3) / (pi d2) which simplifies to (4 r3) / (3 d2).
In order to find the volume of the cylinder more information is required as to the actual dimensions of the cylinder. Volume is calculated by knowing the radius and height of the cylinder.
Can not be done without the 'Given' radius and height.
Zero. The reason: 1,000 gallons of water will not fit in that space.
First obtain the height of the cylinder. Height = 1077/area of the base (i.e H = 1077 divided by pie-radius-squared) Next get how much water does 1cm of height contain. Take 1077/height. Therefore, volume of rock = 1cm height's volume x 3
A round bath is a cylinder. The volume of a cylinder = area of the base x perpendicular height. Area of the base is πr2 (pi x radius x radius). The radius is half the diameter. The diameter is the width of the circular base. The perpendicular height will be the depth of the water, whether it's up to the top or up to where you have a bath.
Area of the Base times the Height of the cylinder. The Area of the Base is the Area of the Circle. Pi time the radius squared. We end up with Pi*r*r*h
The formula for the volume of a cylinder is V = πr2h which is pi * radius (squared) * height. To figure out the volume, simply measure the width and height of the cylinder and divide the width by 2 (this is your radius). Then plug in these values using 3.14 for pi. This will give you the volume. Another more tedious way to do this is by filling up the fish tank and measuring the water as you do.
Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius2*height Volume = 5301.437603 or 5301.438 cubic inches to 3 d.p.