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Q: What do you get when you divide the volume of a cylinder by the area of its base?

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Find the area of the base and divide by the volume and that should give you the height.

Volume of a cylinder is (to find half, divide by 2): Vcylinder = Abase * height In a cylinder, the base is a circle and the area of a circle can be found: Acircle = pi * radius2 After you find the area of the base, divide it by 2 then multiply it by the height and you'll find the volume of half a cylinder.

To find the base area of any prism, including the circular prism called cylinder, divide the volume by the height.

Volume of a cylinder = base area times height

The volume of a cylinder is its height times the area of its base. And the area of its base is the area of a circular shape.

The area of a cylinder's base with a height of 10 and a volume of 3800 is 380 units2

The volume of a cylinder is found by multiplying the area of its base times its height.

Volume = (height)(area base)

Divide the base area into the volume.

Divide the base area into its volume

area of the base*height

Divide the volume by the base area to determine height.

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