Q: What is the volume of a cylinder whose radius is 3 and height s 6?

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

The volume of a cylinder whose length is 8 with a radius of 3 is: 226.2 cubic units.

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

The volume of a cylinder is given V = pi * r^2 * h where r is the radius and h is the height. Solving the equation for h, we get h = V / (pi * r^2). The diameter is twice the radius so the radius is 6 / 2 = 3 inches. For this problem, h = 339 / (pi * 3^2) = 11.99 so the height of the vase is approximately 12 inches.

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

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The volume of a cylinder whose length is 8 with a radius of 3 is: 226.2 cubic units.

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