The area of the base of a cylinder = Pi times Radius squared. Diameter of a cylinder = 2 times Pi times Radius. To find the diameter derive the area of the base by Pi and then square root the answer. That will give you the value of the radius. Multiply that answer by 2 times Pi and you will have your answer.
The volume of a cylinder is found by multiplying the area of its base times its height.
To find the volume, you need to find the area of the circular base, then multiply it by the height. The base is a circle, so use the equation A=pi*radius^2 (radius squared). So Area (A) = pi *1.3^2 (Use 1.3 since radius is half the diameter) Now multiply your answer for Area by the height (0.75), to give the volume of your cylinder.
First, find the surface area of the cylinder using the formula SA = pi * diameter * height The surface area of the cylinder will equal the area of the rectangular sheet. So you can then solve for the height of the cylinder, Height = 625cm2 / (pi * 9cm) = 22.1 cm Using the height and diameter of the cylinder we can find the volume with the following formula, Vol = (pi / 4) * (diameter)2 * height Vol = (pi/4)*(9cm)2 * 22.1cm = 1405.9 cm3
how to do a scale factor of cylinder is that you find the base and the height and the length of A area hope you like my examples.
find the area of the base and multiply that by the height. The base is a circle so its area is Pi x radius squared. Not sure what the radius is in your question. If you mean the base has area 4.4 meters squared, and that is what I think you do, then just multiply that by 3.5 ie 4.4x 3.5 and that is volume of the cylinder.
You can't. In addition to the cylinder's diameter, the pressure at its base also depends on the density and depth of the fluid in the cylinder ... which gives you the weight of fluid resting on the base area. The pressure alone is not enough information to allow you to calculate the diameter.
The area for the base of a cylinder is the area of a circle. pi times radius squared.
The area of the base of a cylinder is: pi times radius squared
Given only the lateral area, you cannot determine the diameter.
first you multiply each side by 1,000,000 then you find the surface area of a cylinder that has a diameter of 3in and the height of 6in
You Find the Hieght of the cylinder
With the area of the base known, you can back figure to the radius. But unless you know the cylinder's volume, or are told that it's height is equal to the radius or diameter or circumference of the base, there's no way to find the height short of measuring it. To find the radius, you take the area of the base and divide it by pi. The resulting dividend is r2. Find the square root of the dividend, and you have the radius.
half the diameter and then get the radius times pi and square it
We assume the surface area of a cylinder excluding its ends. Area = height of cylinder multiplied by circumference. That is A = h x Pi x diameter.
It depends on the values you have. The base of a cylinder is a circle. If you know the circle's diameter, half it to find the radius. If you know the circle's circumference, divide by 2pi to find the radius. If you know the circle's area, divide by pi and take the square root to find the radius.
diam x diam x pi
Stand it on a circular end, like a tin can standing on a shelf.Its volume is the area of its circular base, multiplied by its height.Another Answser:To answer the specific question, you can not find the volume of a cylinder when given only its diameter. You need also its length.