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Q: What is the volume of a cylinder 10 meters long and 3 meters wide?

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This cylinder's volume is 301.59 cubic inches.

A 10 foot long by 4 foot wide cylinder has volume of 126 cubic feet.

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

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The volume is: 75.4 cubic feet.

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If the width is 1.5 meters then the volume is 2.5*1.5*1.2 = 4.5 cubic meters

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Volume = 11,451 cubic inches or 6.26 cubic feet.