That will depend on its height which has not been given but the volume of a cylinder is pi*radius squared*height.
Given what??? I'd probably measure it
The radius IS given, since height of hemisphere = radius of hemisphere!
Entire surface area of a cylinder = (2*pi*radius^2)+(circumference*height) If you are given the circumference then radius = circumference/2*pi
The volume of a cylinder is given by the equation V=2*pi*r*h V=volume r=radius h=height Since the height and volume are given in this case, rearranging the equation will show that r= V / (2*pi*h). With that equation you can find the radius of any cylinder with known volume and height.
It depends on what the shape is - a cone, a cylinder or something else.
It is not possible if you only know the radius. A cylinder with a radius of 8 inches could be any height.
volume=pi*radius squared*height/3, where radius is the radius of the cylinder (and will be the radius of the base of the cone),and height is the lenth of the cylinder.
The height of a horizontal cylinder is 2 times its radius.
. Find the volume of a cylinder with radius 5 cm and height 7 cm.
Easy, you find the area of the circle (Pi X Radius squared) and then multiply it by the height. Your question asks about using the diameter...the radius is half of the diameter.
The volume of a cylinder is (pi)r^2h. This means the volume is dependent on both the height and the radius of the cylinder. So, one must know Volume and either radius or height to calculate height or radius respectively.