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.
A cylinder with a diameter of 6 inches and a height of 6 inches has a volume of 169.65 cubic inches. (V = Pi*r2h)
A 59.5-inch diameter cylinder holds 1,733 gallons per inch of length/height.
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 that measures 18 inches high and has a diameter of 9 inches is 1,145.11 cubic inches.
1.15 gallons of water.
Volume = pi*r2*h = 282.7433 cubic inches
Of course the diameter of a cylinder with a diameter of 8 cm is 8 cm, but I suspect you were asking about volume or surface area.First, the measurements should be converted to the same units. Since there are 2.54 centimeters per inch, the cylinder has a diameter of 8 cm and a height of 12.7 centimeters.The volume of a cylinder is pi * (1/2 d)^2 * h, so the volume of cylinder with diameter 8 cm and height 5 inches is pi * 16 * 12.7 = 997.46 cubic centimeters.The surface area of a cylinder is (2*pi*r*h) + (2*pi*r^2) = (in our case) 556.06 square centimeters.
This cylinder has a volume of 0.951 US gallon.
392.7 cubic inches.