Q: A round container has a height of 2cm and a diameter of 2cm what is the volume?

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In inches, measure the height and diameter of the container. Divide the diameter by 2 to get the radius. Use these data and the geometric formula for the volume of a cylinder (V = pi x r2 x h).

Volume = pi x r^2 x L pi = 3.141592654 r (radius) = 1 feet L (Height) = 2 feet Volume = 6.283185307 cubic ft

If the diameter is 150 mm and the height is 1,000 mm then the volume is 17,671,000 mm3

Not enough information has been given such as the height of the flask.

Volume = pi*32*8.6 = 243.2 cubic cm

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In inches, measure the height and diameter of the container. Divide the diameter by 2 to get the radius. Use these data and the geometric formula for the volume of a cylinder (V = pi x r2 x h).

Volume = pi x r^2 x L pi = 3.141592654 r (radius) = 1 feet L (Height) = 2 feet Volume = 6.283185307 cubic ft

If the diameter is 150 mm and the height is 1,000 mm then the volume is 17,671,000 mm3

Not enough information has been given such as the height of the flask.

If the 9' is the diameter of the tank and the 2' is the height, then the volume is 951.78 gallons. (rounded) If the 9' is the height of the tank and the 2' is the diameter, then the volume is 211.51 gallons. (rounded)

Capacity of the container = (pi) x (radius of the round end)2 x (height of the cylinder). That's the capacity of the container. If the volume of the fluid in it is really what you want, then you can use the same formula, but instead of the full height of the container, use only the height of the fluid column, i.e. what we professionals would technically refer to as the "depth".

108.4 square feet

Volume = pi*32*8.6 = 243.2 cubic cm

That's going to depend on how big a circle the round base is. The bigger the base is, the shorter the cylinder is. Whatever the diameter of the base is, the height of the cylinder will be (3.82) divided by (the square of the diameter of the base).

A round bath is a cylinder. The volume of a cylinder = area of the base x perpendicular height. Area of the base is πr2 (pi x radius x radius). The radius is half the diameter. The diameter is the width of the circular base. The perpendicular height will be the depth of the water, whether it's up to the top or up to where you have a bath.

You need three dimensions to get a volume. 12 feet x 30 inches is an area. If you have a round pool you have only diameter and height!

Is the 22 inch round measurement the circumference? The height of the container must also be given.