Volume of cylinder: pi*7 squared *5 = 245*pi cubic units or about 770 cubic units to the nearest whole number
A cylinder 155mm diameter and 245mm high can hold up to 1.22 gallons of water.
density = mass/volume mass = 245-200= 45 grams volume 26 mL = 45g/26ml =1.7 g/ml
Height of parallelogram: 245/14 = 17.5 inches
The height of The Sail Marina Bay at Singapore in Israel is 245 m.
245 and 225 are the first numbers in a tires measurement and they simply tell you how wide the tire is in mm. So a 245 is wider then a 225. But which is taller? This depends on the second number which would be something like 245/70 or 245/75 and the same goes for the 225/70 or 225/75 and there are many different combinations. This second number tells you in a percentage what the sidewall height is compared to the width which is the first number. So for a 245/70 tire it would be 70% of 245 = sidewall height, in this case that would be 171.5mm and a 245/75 would be 75% of 245 = 183.75mm so in this combination the 245/75 is taller than a 245/70. So if you had a 245/60 the sidewall height would be 60% of 245 =147mm and if you had a 225/75 the sidewall height would be 75% of 225 =168.75 which would make it taller then the 245, so as you can see it is the second number which gives you the calculation needed in order to get the height. Of course the last number in tire dimensions is the rim size such as 245/70/16 would mean it is for a 16 inch rim and this will affect overall height of the tire compared to a 245/70/15 which would go on a 15 inch rim.
Cassie is 5'6" and weighs 245 lbs.
Volume 28 (chapter 245)
No number specifically indicates the height. You can however figure the height with a little math. As in 245/70-15 the 245 is the width of the tire in millimeters. The 70 is the aspect ratio which means the tire's height is 70% of the tires width. So on this example the height of the tire is 171.5 millimeters.
245 cubic feet.
Look up your BMI, it depends on your height as well.