A cylinder with a height of 20 meters and a diameter of 10 meters has a surface area of 785.4m2
The volume of a cylinder that has a radius of 7 inches and a height of 10 inches is: 1,539.4 cubic inches.
The volume of a cylinder is the area of its base times its height. 10 pi square centimeters * 25 centimeters = 250 pi centimeters cubed = 785.398 centimeters cubed
First of all, we must know the volume of a cylinder, which is: the area of the cross-section(the circle) times the height of the cylinder.This means the formula is: pi x radius2 x h.We know that the radius is 4 and the height is 10, so we substitute these into our formula for the volume.So... Volume =pi x 42 x 10.We put this in the calculator, which gives us 502.65This means that the volume of this cylinder is 502.65 cm squared.
V=PIr2h =Pi(4)2(10) =Pi(16)(10) =Pi(160) about 502.4in3
The volume of the cylinder that has a diameter of 10 and height of 3 is 235.62 cubic units.
The volume of a cylinder with a diameter of 10 inches and height of 20 inches is 1,570.8 cubic inches.
392.7 cubic units.
Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius2*height Volume = 300*pi or 942.4777961 square inches
A cone with a diameter of 10 and a height of 10 has a volume of 261.8 units3
The volume is 1,256.64 cubic feet or 9,400 gallons.
The volume of a cylinder is = (Pi x d) x height. Therefore it's 3.14 x 9 x 10 = 282.6cm3
1.313 cubic feet.
1.96 cubic feet
Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius squared*height
You need to specify which is the height and which is the radius (or diameter). The volume = Pi x radius2 x height or The volume = Pi/4 x diameter2 x height
Volume = pi525 = 393 cubic meters rounded to the nearest integer