Q: What is the volume of a pipe that is 9cm wide and has a height of 13cm?

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pi/2

Volume of a cylinder = cross-sectional area times height

how to find the dept of the pool if it is 15m long and 6m wide

29cm times 13cm= 377cm squared :)

That going to depend on how long it is, how wide it is, and what shape it is. We don't have any of that information yet.

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936 cubic cm

The volume for a 6-foot wide, 1000-foot long pipe is 211,500 US gallons.

Volume is based on three things: Length, width, and height. Height is how tall, length is how far (back), and width is how wide (or how fat).

pi/2

Volume of a cylinder = cross-sectional area times height

You have sideways <<< Upways ^^^^ And of course width which is how wide it is. Side and width are the same thing ;). Height is the thing you x the width and the side by.

how to find the dept of the pool if it is 15m long and 6m wide

Volume = length into height into breath

A box 5 feet wide, 5 feet long, and 1 foot in height has a volume of 25 cubic feet, so a box with the same width and length having a volume of 50 cubic feet is 2 feet in height.

volume = base * height * width 5*4*6 = 120

29cm times 13cm= 377cm squared :)

Volume cannot be calculated out of two dimensions . For this, we need length, breadth and height. That is 3 dimensions.