the volume of a cylinder is (pi)r squared times the height, same as a circle but plus the height so the answer here would be ((pi) x 1) squared x 5. or 5 pi squared
If you know the height and volume of the cylinder than you can find the radius. You also have to know the formula for volume 'V', which is pi multiplied by both the radius 'r 'squared and the height 'h', or V is equal to pi x r squared x h. The height h is equal to the volume divided by the radius squared and pi.
Volume = (length x width) x (height) = (base area) x (height) = (56 x 6) = 336 cubic inches
actual size in inches = 6.1 inches x 8.89 inches24mm * 1cm/10mm * 2.54 inches/1cm= 60.96/10= 6.1 inches35mm * 1cm/10mm * 2.54 inches/1cm= 88.9/10= 8.89 inches
That is 6 cc.
1cm2= 1cm x 1cm1cm= 10mm10mm x 10mm=100mmThere for : 1cm2=100mm"Answered by: Mohammed Inaizi07/04/08______________________________________________________________________
3cm x 6cm x 1cm = 18 cm3
A cubic centimetre is a measure of volume. For example: a cube measuring 1cm x 1cm x 1cm = 1 cubic centimetre.
If the shape is a cuboid, then the volume is 6 cubic centimetres.
Volume of a cube = (side × side × side) cubic units. V=1cm x 1cm x 1cm V = 1cm^3
Think about this as a dice. The dice is 1cm x 1cm x 1cm. The volume of the dice is 1 x 1 x 1. The sides of the dice are 1x1 How many sides on a cube? 6 x 1 x 1 = 6cm Surface area = 6cm Then make that into a ratio, sorry I forgot that part of the question: surface area is 6 Volume is 1 so 6:1
density = mass / volume volume of cube = 1cm x 1cm x 1cm = 1cm3 density = 0.8g / 1cm3 = 0.8g/cm3
The volume is answered in cubic centimeters, which is typed out like this 1cm*5cm*6cm = 30 cm3
no - imagine 60 tiny 1cm x 1cm x 1cm cubes. Then imagine you have 60 of them. That many tiny cubes does not fill a whole backpack.
2mm = 0.0787 inches (2mm x 1cm/10mm x 1inch/2.54cm) 0.0787 squared = 0.0062 square inches