the dimensions of the cylinder would be 2 times greater. We just had a test on this stuff and this was one of the questions.
- if the cylinder is sealed by welding, the same volume- if the cylinder is open - any initial gas
You would use a graduated cylinder, pipet or buret to measure volume of a liquid.
, is what I found on the internet as the formula to solve the volume of a cylinder, I would double-check though.
Divide the volume by height first. Then divide the quotient which is the area by pi. Next find the square root of that number. The diameter of the base would be double the square root and then multiply the diameter by pi.
The volume of a 300mm diameter by 600mm deep cylinder is: 42,412,000 mm3
No. The shape with the greatest volume to surface area ratio is the sphere. Therefore i surmise that the cylinder that looks closer to a sphere in proportions will have the greater volume. A cylinder with a square "cross section" (axially) would then have the greatest volume for a given area.
a cylinder has a ciruclar base. if the circle has a diameter of 12 then the volume would be 7686.72
The volume of a liquid.
A water sample has a volume of exactly 12.0000mL. This volume would be recorded 12.0mL if it were measured from a 50-mL graduated cylinder.
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A cup is usually a roughly cylindrical hollow container. The circumference of a cup would be the length of a piece of string wrapped around the cylinder.