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# What are some equations for a cylinder if the volume is 10000 liters?

Updated: 10/23/2022

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Volume = pi*r2*h

You have volume. so you could have two other equations finding radius and height.

10,000 Liters = pi*r2*h

10,000 Liters/pi*h = r2

sqrt(10,000 Liters/pi*h) = r

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