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Q: What is the formula for figuring out liters in a cylinder?

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2.4 liters

4/3 pi r^3

First convert feet to decimeters. Then use the formula for the volume of a cylinder. The answer will come out in square decimeters, which is the same as liters.

A cylinder one meter long and one meter in diameter would have a volume of 785.4 liters.The formula for the volume of a cylinder is V = (pi) r2 hwhere r is the radius of the cylinder and h the height or length.(3.1416)(.52)(1) = 0.7854 cubic meters = 785.4 liters(1 m3 = 1000 liters)

The volume of a cylinder is Pi * radius^2 * height. 1 Gallon = 3.7854 Liters. 1 Liter is 1000 cm^3. So get the radius and height in cm, then use the formula to get the volume in cm^3, then convert to gallons or liters.

The formula is: 1 nanoliter = 1*10^-9 liters

The volume in liters of a cylinder with a diameter of 2000mm and a depth of 100mm is: 314 liters.

The volume in liters of a 100mm long by 50mm diameter cylinder is: 0.196 liters.

There is no formula for the square root of a number, unfortunately.

Measure the diameter (D) and the height (H) of the cylindrical tank in inches. The number of gallons in the tank is: 3.14xDxDxH/6912 x 7.5

It either has the ( 4 cylinder that is 2.0 liters ) or the ( 6 cylinder which is 2.5 liters )

Formula for a cylinder is pi*radius2*height.

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