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Q: What is the volume of a cylinder with a 3in radius and 10in height?

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Radius is 3.5007 inches.

V = 282.74 cubic inches.

Volume = pi6210 = 1130.973 cubic inches to 3 decimal places

r = 3.5 inches (3.5007 inches).

Since a canister is a cylinder, we can use the formula for the volume of a cylinder, which is V = (pi)(r^2)(h), where pi = 3.14159..., r^2 is the radius squared, and h is the height of the cylinder. Your cylinder has a height of ten inches and a radius of five inches. V = (pi)(5in^2)(10in) = (pi)(25in^2)(10in) =785in^3. Note: The superscript and subscripts are not currently working.

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90pi= approx282.7433388in2 volume of is cylinder V=BH=r2piH So V=32*pi*10=90pi=282.743388

It is pi*r2*h = 1571 cubic inches, approx.

The circumference of a circle with a 10in radius is: about 62.83 inches. (r x 2 x pi = circumference).

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1200 cubic inches

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