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Q: What is the volume of a cylinder which has a radius of 9 ft with a height of 16 ft?

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Let's pretend the radius of the cylinder's circular base is 4. You need to square the radius of the base first. In this case, we will do 4x4 which is 16. (4x4=radiusxradius). Next, you will do 16 (radius times radius) multiplied by pi. In our example, the we will do 16 times pi which is 50.26548246. Now, let's pretend the height of the cylinder is 7. We will multiply 50.26548246 by 7 and get 351.8583772. This is the volume of our cylinder.

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