Q: What is the volume of a cylinder that is 12.5 in wide and 8 in tall?

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Volume of a cylinder is (pi)r2h =3.14 x 402 x 125 =628 318.5 cm3 Hope this helps:-)

volume = pi*radius2*height Rearrange the formula by dividing all terms by pi*radius2: height = volume/pi*radius2 height = 14137/pi*36 = 124.9985239 cm. Therefore: height = 125 cm to the nearest cm.

When calculating area we multiply length and width ( in the instance of a square ). If we had an area 5 in long and 5 in wide the area is 25 in^2 because we also multiply the unit. If we had a box 5 in long, 5 in wide and 5 in tall we would have a box with a volume of 125 in^3 ( cubic inches). Again we also multiply the units.

The volume of a cylinder is [ (pi) x (Radius)2 x (length) ] .When the radius changes from [R] to [1.5 R], the square of the radiuschanges from [R2] to [2.25 R2] .So the volume increases by 125% ... more than double !Nonononono, good try, but you have to remember, that R+0.5 does not equal to 1.5R. Therefore, you cannot determine the increase in the volume.(david)

The cube root of 125 is 5 which is the answer.

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Sure. The volume is 125 cubic meters.

Volume of a cylinder is (pi)r2h =3.14 x 402 x 125 =628 318.5 cm3 Hope this helps:-)

The volume of a cylinder is calculated using the formula V = πr^2h, where r is the radius and h is the height. The radius of a cylinder with a diameter of 6' is 3'. Thus, the volume of the cylinder is approximately 3390 cubic feet. There are about 7.48 gallons in a cubic foot, so the total volume is equivalent to about 25,379 gallons of water.

the volume of a cube if the edge is 5=5x5x5 or 125.

volume = pi*radius2*height Rearrange the formula by dividing all terms by pi*radius2: height = volume/pi*radius2 height = 14137/pi*36 = 124.9985239 cm. Therefore: height = 125 cm to the nearest cm.

When calculating area we multiply length and width ( in the instance of a square ). If we had an area 5 in long and 5 in wide the area is 25 in^2 because we also multiply the unit. If we had a box 5 in long, 5 in wide and 5 in tall we would have a box with a volume of 125 in^3 ( cubic inches). Again we also multiply the units.

The two cylinders are similar - they are of corresponding shapes but one is x times bigger than the other. If a cylinder is x times bigger in a single dimension, it will be x2 times greater in measurements involving two dimensions (i.e. area) and x3 times bigger in three dimensions (volume). Here, the ratio in two dimensions is 50pi / 18pi. This cancels to 25/9. So in terms of area, one is 25/9 times larger. x2 = 25/9 So x = sqrt25/sqrt9 = 5/3 and x3 = 53/33 = 125/27 (If you prefer, one can just write (25/9)3/2 = 125/27) In terms of volume, then, the big cylinder is 125/27 times bigger. Multiply this ratio by the volume of the small cylinder... 54pi x 125/27 cancels to 2pi x 125 = 250pi cm3. ...and you have the volume of the big cylinder. (It's tidiest to leave the answer in terms of pi.) This is just a question about scale factors, and the identity of the objects as cylinders is irrelevant, because they are similar. The way in which the figures neatly cancel without producing any horrendous decimals suggests that this question came from a textbook or an exam paper.

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The volume of a cylinder is [ (pi) x (Radius)2 x (length) ] .When the radius changes from [R] to [1.5 R], the square of the radiuschanges from [R2] to [2.25 R2] .So the volume increases by 125% ... more than double !Nonononono, good try, but you have to remember, that R+0.5 does not equal to 1.5R. Therefore, you cannot determine the increase in the volume.(david)

No, the 1990 RM cylinder doesn't fit the 1988 cylinder. The 1988 cylinder is the only year that'll fit on a 1988 motor. This was the first year Suzuki did that. It actually sucks because I have a 1988 RM 125 I've been trying to get a cylinder for. And the 1988 cylinder is the only match. Nothing else would fit.

The cube root of 125 is 5 which is the answer.