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Q: Will changing the dimensions of a cylinder affect the volume?

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A liquid takes up the shape of a container without its volume changing.

x^3

When linear dimensions are multiplied by 'K', - perimeter is also multiplied by 'K' - area is multiplied by K2 - volume is multiplied by K3

For a box, the dimensions the define a volume would be:Height, Width, and DepthFor a cylinder, the dimensions that define a volume would be:Height and Diameter

A cylinder with these dimensions has a volume of about 2.61 US gallons of water.

That of course will depend on their dimensions of which none have been given

The volume goes up by 9 times

The volume increases by a factor of four.

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.

Yes.

In order to find the volume of the cylinder more information is required as to the actual dimensions of the cylinder. Volume is calculated by knowing the radius and height of the cylinder.

Changing the radius.

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