The volume of a cylinder with a 9-inch height and a 3-inch radius is: 254.47 cubic inches.
A cylinder with a radius of 4.5 inches and a height of 3 inches has a volume of 190.85 cubed inches.
The volume of a cylinder is πr2h. r is the radius, which is half the diameter, which is 1.5 inches, and h is the height, which is 0.5 inches. Thus, the volume of the cylinder is 3.534291735 inches cubed.
if radius is 2.5 inch, volume is pi x radius squared x height = 157.07 cubic inches. Make sure your units are consistent. Then you can solve for height = 8.0 inches
Volume for a cylinder is:Volume = (base) x (height) = (π x radius2) x (height)V = bh = πr2hSo, with π = 3.14 (approximately):Volume = (3.14 x 32) x (8) = 225.08 in2
The volume of a cylinder with a 6 inch diameter and a height of 6 inches is 169.65 cubic inches.
A cone that has a radius of 1 inch and a height of 6 inches has a volume of 6.28 cubic inches.
The surface area of a cylinder with height of 12 inches and 7 inch radius is 835.66 square inches
the volume of a cylinder is (pi)r squared times the height, same as a circle but plus the height so the answer here would be ((pi) x 1) squared x 5. or 5 pi squared
2 inches from your bellend Volume of a cylinder is pi times radius times radius times height. V=pi*2.5*2.5*1 V=6.25pi V=about 6.25*3.14 V=about 19.625
Volume is Base times height. Multiply the area of the base of the object (use Pi times the square of the radius) times the height.
The volume of a cylinder is pi*r^2*h. The radius of the cylinder is 1 inch, and its height (in inches) is 5232 in. Plug in the values, the answer is 5,232*pi cubic inches, or approximately 16,433.7 cubic inches.