A cylindrical tower with a diameter of 10 feet and a height of 30 feet has a volume of: 2,360 cubic feet.
Volume = cross-section area*length
pi * radius2 * height ( pie = 3.14) ( radius is half the diameter) ( the height is 60cm) multiply them all together you get.............................
A cylindrical paint can has a diameter of 12 centimeters and a height of 16 centimeters. Which isclosestto the volume of the paint can in cubic centimeters?
The volume of a cylinder with a length of 22 and a diameter of 9 is: 1,400 cubic units.
about the same as the length of the volume
calculate the volume of a cylindrical drum 18 cm in diameter 56 in deep
A cylinder with a diameter of 20 cm and a length of 7 cm has a volume of 2,199.11 cm3
The internal diameter of the pipe times pi times its length will yield the volume it can contain. The outer diameter of the pipe times pi times its length will yield the volume that the pipe will displace when it is submerged or buried. The volume the pipe will displace minus the volume it will contain will yield the volume of material that makes up the pipe.