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Q: What is the volume in cubic feet of a cylinder that is eight inches times ten feet?

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The volume of a cylinder eight inches wide and five feet long is: 3,016 cubic inches or 1.745 cubic feet.

471,240 cubic inches equates to about eight(7.72224004) cubic meters.

V = pi * r2 * h V = 3.14 * 42 * 12 = (just over) 600 cubic inches or almost 21 pints

That's actually a cylinder.8 inches = 2/3 footThe volume of a cylinder is (pi) (radius)2 (height) = (pi) (5)2 (2/3) = 52.36 cubic feet (rounded)

Engine capacity is measured in cubic inches, cubic centimeters or liters; a common Ford V8 (eight cylinder) engine is a 302. Three hundred cubic inches or 5 liters. Capacity is measured by the amount (volume) of air in the cylinder it displaces. Here is the link, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Engine_displacement

If you double a 2-inch cube to a four-inch cube, its volume increases from eight cubic inches to 64 cubic inches.

The volume of a cylinder is the product of the area of the base multiplied by the height. A washer is a portion of cylinder, and if the cylinder specified by the problem had no hole, its volume would be pi X (1/2)2 X 1/8 = pi/32 = about 0.09817 cubic inches. The volume of the actual washer is this value minus the volume of the hole, which is pi X (1/4)2 X 1/8 = pi/128 = about 0.024554 cubic inches. Therefore, the volume of the washer is about 0.09817 - 0.024554 = about 0.0736 cubic inches.

Volume = pi*262*28 = 18928pi cubic feet.

1,728 cubic inches = 1 cubic foot 68 cubic inches = 0.03935 cubic foot (rounded)

Try it out. A cube with four-inch sides has a volume of 64 cubic inches. A cube with two-inch sides has a volume of 8 cubic inches. That's eight times less.

A cylinder with a diameter of eight inches and a height of five inches has a surface area of 226.2 square inches.

The volume of a cylinder is (d/2)^2 x pi x h(eight) (12/2) ^2 x 3.14 = 113.04 893.016 / 113.04 = 7.9

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