Q: Volume of a cylinder

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multiply the volume of the cylinder by 1/3. whatever you get is the volume of the cone

Volume of a cylinder = base area times height

If the volume of the cylinder is 5, then its volume is 5 and its radius doesn't matter.

The larger cylinder has a volume of 6225cc

Volume of cylinder: base squared times length

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If the area of the base and the height of the cylinder and the cone are the same, then the volume of the cone will always be one third of the volume of the cylinder.

multiply the volume of the cylinder by 1/3. whatever you get is the volume of the cone

Volume of a cylinder = base area times height

If the volume of the cylinder is 5, then its volume is 5 and its radius doesn't matter.

The larger cylinder has a volume of 6225cc

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.

The formula for volume of a cylinder is (pi *r2 )h

v=l*b

Volume of cylinder: base squared times length

Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius squared*height

Yes, a measuring cylinder is used for measuring volume. It is called a graduated cylinder