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Q: What is the volume of a cylinder if the radius is 0.5 and the height is 2 feet?

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Volume is 254.469 cubic feet.

Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius2*height Volume = 5301.437603 or 5301.438 cubic inches to 3 d.p.

The lateral surface area of a cylinder with the radius of 7 feet and height of 16 feet equals 703.72 feet2

The formula for the Volume of a cylinder is Pi*Radian2*Height=Volume. Therefore V=3.14*112*18=6842 ft3

A cylinder 10 feet high and 5 feet in radius has a surface area of 471.24ft2

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Volume is 254.469 cubic feet.

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