A cylinder with a diameter of eight inches and a height of five inches has a surface area of 226.2 square inches.
A cylinder with an 8-inch diameter and that is 10 feet long has a volume of about 3.49 cubic feet.
A 'circle' that has height, like a piece of pipe or a can of beans, is called a "cylinder". Volume of a cylinder = (pi) x (radius)2 x (height) = (pi) (30)2 (8) = 22,619.5 cubic feet = 169,205.4 gallons = 837.76 cubic yards (all rounded)
V = pi * r2 * h V = 3.14 * 42 * 12 = (just over) 600 cubic inches or almost 21 pints
Volume = pi*262*28 = 18928pi cubic feet.
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
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)
Unspecified radius (or radious as you would spell it), and height with units (inches, metres etc) unspecified. And you expect me to waste my time trying to answer the question!
The liquid volume is 30,14400. Pi multiplied by radius square multiplied by length should give the answer to all cylinder volume related questions.
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 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.