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Q: What is the Volume of cylinder 10 foot round 10 foot tall?

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Weight will depend on the size of the cylinder, and whether it is solid or hollow like a pipe. You said 2 foot round, but do you mean diameter or circumference- and how tall is the cylinder? We need more information to answer this.

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

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

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

Volume of cylinder = pi x r2 x ht = 3.1416 x 102 x 90 = 28274 cubic feet

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1028.1567 gallons Volume of a cylinder is (Pi) x (radius of cylinder)2 x (height of cylinder) There are 231 cubic inches in 1 gallon, so I converted the feet to inches prior to calculating the volume. Therefore: Volume=(3.14159)(30)2(84)=237504.2 inches3 Divide that by 231 and you get 1028.1567 gallons.

The volume of a cylinder is pi * r2 * h and r= d/2. For this cylinder, h=4 feet and d=2 feet, which means r=1 foot. Therefore, your volume of this cylinder is 3.14 * 12 *4 or 12.56 cu ft.

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 :(

Volume = 2.792 cubic feet.

circumference of cross section = 12 feet area of cross section = r = 1.91 feet pi x r x r = 11.46 feet-sq 11.46 feet-sq x 12 feet = 137.53 cubic feet

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