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Q: What is the Volume in liters of a 100mm long by 50mm diameter cylinder?

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100 mm = 10 cm Volume of sphere = 4/3*pi*53 = 523.599 cubic cm rounded to 3 decimal places

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100 millimeters is 10 centimeters or about four inches. So you can run 100mm in under 10 seconds.

depends on the depth. 100mm deep and it's 10 square metres. 10m x 1m x 0.1m = 1m3

5,000 i got it right on my homework two days ago!Formulae needed:area_circle = π x radius2radius = diameter ÷ 2circumference = 2 x π x radius ⇒ radius = circumference ÷ (2 x π)What do you mean by a 100 mm circle?Radius = 100 mmarea = π x radius2 = π x (100 mm)2= 10000π mm2≈ 31415.93 mm2Diameter = 100 mmradius = diameter ÷ 2 = 100 mm ÷ 2= 50 mmarea = π x radius2= π x (50 mm)2= 2500π mm2≈ 7853.98 mm2Circumference = 100 mmradius = circumference ÷ (2 x π) = 100 mm ÷ (2 x π)= 50/π mmarea = π x radius2= π x (50/π mm)2= 2500/π mm2≈ 795.77 mm2

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The volume of a right circular cylinder is pi r2 h. The volume displaced by the 20mm piston is pi 102 200, or 62831.8. The volume displaced by the 100mm piston must be the same, so solve for h in pi 502 h = 62831.8, or h = 8mm.

Cylinder volume, V = 3,14159 x r2 x h V (cm3) = 3,14159 x 52 x 450 = 353 428,875 mL = 353,428 L (liters)

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The volume is 3500000/3 π mm3 ~=3665191 mm3 (~= 3.67 litres). A cylinder normally has a constant cross section. What you have is a cone with the top chopped off, thus its volume is the volume of the whole cone minus the volume of the top cone: The diameter reduces from 200mm to 100mm (that is 100mm) in 200mm height so it will reduce from 100mm to 0mm (that is a further 100mm) in a further 200mm height. So the "whole" cone has a height of 200mm+200mm = 400mm and the "top" cone has a height of 200mm. The volume of a cone is 1/3πr2h, so the volume of the "cylinder" is: volume = volume_whole_cone - volume_top_cone = 1/3π(200 ÷ 2)2400 mm3 - 1/3π(100 ÷ 2)2200 mm3 = 200/3π(1002x2 - 502) mm3 = 3500000/3 π mm3 ~= 3665191 mm3 ~= 3665 cm3 = 3.665 litres.

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The circumference of a circle with a diameter of 31.8mm is about 100mm (99.990265mm)

100mm diameter.

100 mm = 10 cm Volume of sphere = 4/3*pi*53 = 523.599 cubic cm rounded to 3 decimal places

Area = pi*502 in square mm

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The volume is pi x diameter squared times height//4 The volume collected is 5mm x 100 mm x 100 mm x 3.14/4 = 39250 cu mm = 39.25 cu cm keep in mind that the rain measurement is still 5mm independent of volume collected.

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