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Q: What is the volume of a cylinder whose length is 8 with a radius of 3?

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The volume of a cylinder whose radius is 3 and height is 6 is: 169.6 units3

the cylinder is approximately 50240 m3 the sphere is approximately 33493 and 1/3 m3

A cylinder whose radius is 6 and height is 14 has a surface area of 754 units2

Answer 1It is necessary to assume that the shape is a sphere, since that is the only shape whose volume is determined by only its radius/diameter.Radius = Diameter/2Volume = 4/3*pi*r3 or 1/6*pi*d3Weight = Density*VolumeAnswer 2If you are given length as well as diameter, the object could be in the shape of a cylinder. The formula for the volume of a cylinder is V = (pi)r2h. Use the formulas for radius and weight given in answer 1.

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The volume of a cylinder whose radius is 3 and height is 6 is: 169.6 units3

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A cylinder with a radius of 3 feet and a height of 3 feet has a volume of 84.82 cubic feet.

the cylinder is approximately 50240 m3 the sphere is approximately 33493 and 1/3 m3

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