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Q: What is the approximate volume of a cylinder that is 5" tall and has a radius of 3.5"?

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The volume of a cylinder 10 inches tall and radius of 6 inches is 1,130.97 cubic inches.

The volume of a cylinder 8 units tall and with 3 for the radius of the base is: 226.2 cubic units.

You can't. With only the radius, there is no way to know how tall the cylinder is, and therefore no way to determine its volume. Sorry :(

That will depend on the radius of the cylinder which has not been given but to find its height divide pi*radius squared into its volume.

V = 1570.8 cm3

(V = Pi*r2h): A cylinder with a radius of 3 cm and a height of 20 cm has a volume of 565.49 cm3

V = 113.097 ft3

Volume = pi*252*25 = 49087.38521 or about 50,000 cubic feet

Volume of cylinder = pi * radius^2 * height V = 3.14 * (6)^2 * 8 V = 3.14 * 36 * 8 V = 904.32

8 8 6 = 48

Volume: pi*62*8 = 1608.495 cubic feet to three decimal places

To find the volume of a cylinder you first have to find the radius. Once you have that, you multiply that times itself, then take that answer and multiply that again by pi (3.14159265358...). then finally take that answer and multiply it again by how tall the cylinder is.