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Q: Is it possible to double the volume of a cylinder by doubling it's height?

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It doubles it.

Doubling the base, but leaving the height unchanged, will double the area.

this is not possible

They both have the same effect on the surface area of the pipe, but the radius has more effect on its volume/capacity.

If the other dimensions (length and height) are left unchanged, doubling the width will double the volume.

The volume is doubled.

If all other dimensions are left unchanged, doubling the height doubles the volume.

It doubles The volume of a cylinder height times diameter squared times 3.14

It is not possible if you only know the radius. A cylinder with a radius of 8 inches could be any height.

Double its height or increase its radius by a factor of sqrt(2) = 1.4142 (approx) or some combination of changes to he height and radius.

These dimensions are not possible for a cylinder.

There are an infinite number of cylinders that hold one gallon. The volume of a cylinder is a function of its height as well as its diameter. If you double the height, you double its capacity. If you double the radius, you quadruple the capacity. So, you could have a very tall, thin cylinder or a short, wide one.

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