Volume = 0.5*3*3*sin(60)*5 = 19.486 cubic cm rounded to 3 decimal places
what is the perimeter and area of a rectangle 3cm long and 3cm wide
A scalene triangle
That would have to be cubic cm. 216 of them.
The cube is bigger. The sphere is 3 cm across only at its middle, it is smaller everywhere else; whereas the cube is 3 cm across throughout.
V = 424.115 cm3
A cylinder with a 7cm radius and 3cm height has a total surface area of about 439.82cm2
Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius2*height
pi x radius x radius x height = cylinder volume. 3.1416 x 2.5cm2 x height = 58.9cm3, height = 58.9cm3 / (3.1416 x 2.5cm x 2.5cm) = 3cm
V = 9.42478 cm3
If you mean the volume of a cylinder then it is:- Volume = pi*32*15 = 424.115 cubic cm to 3 decimal places
The surface area is 226.2cm2
A cone with a base radius of 3 cm and a height of 8 cm has a volume of 75.4 cubic cm.
If the radius of each tennis ball is 3cm, then the diameter of each ball would be 6 centimeters. And since there are 3 balls, the height of the cylinder would be 18 centimeters.
Total SA = 245.04 cm2
The volume of a cylinder is V=PI*r2*h The radius of the cylinder is 3 cm and the height would be 1cm So V = PI*(3cm)2*(1cm) V is approx. 28.3 cm3
I would say that the liquid rises by 1.77cm... This can be obtained as follows given that cylinder of radius(r)=2cm, height(h)=4cm is submerged in another cylinder, determining the volume of the cylinder being submerged =16*pi. When this cylinder is placed in another cylinder the liquid will rise by an amount which equals the volume of the cylinder being inserted.(By Archimedes principle). Using this 16*pi, determine the height using radius= 3cm , we get h=1.77cm