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Q: What is the approximate volume of a cylinder that is 7.5" tall and a diameter of 3"?

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

The volume of this cylinder is 3,887.7 cubic feet.

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6.36 inches wide.

You can use the formula for the volume of a cylinder to calculate that.

Volume of a cylinder = pi*r2*h So, I assume you mean 8' in diameter, which is 4' in radius. Volume = pi(4')2(6') = 302 cubic feet in volume ----------------------------------

The volume of any cylinder is pi times the radius squared times the height. For your cylinder, the volume is 27.4889 cubic meters. There are 1,000 liters in a cubic meter, so you'll have 27,488.9 liters in that cylinder.

Volume of a cylinder is: Area of the circle x depth Area of a circle is: (pi * diameter^2)/4 where diameter is 2 ft Depth is: 1 ft Therefore, the volume of the cylinder is 3.14ft^2 * 1 ft = 3.14 cubic feet of water

Volume of the cylinder = pi*0.652*3 = 3.982 cubic meters rounded to 3 dp

The volume of a cylinder 8 in tall and 6 in wide is: 226cubic inches.

Volume = pi*2.752*6 = 142.5497667 cubic inches

Volume = pi*d*h = 1.5708 metres3 or 1570.8 litres