Q: How do you find the radius of a cylinder with only the area of the base and the height?

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Total surface area = 2*pi*r*(r + h) where r is the base radius and h the height.

With the area of the base known, you can back figure to the radius. But unless you know the cylinder's volume, or are told that it's height is equal to the radius or diameter or circumference of the base, there's no way to find the height short of measuring it. To find the radius, you take the area of the base and divide it by pi. The resulting dividend is r2. Find the square root of the dividend, and you have the radius.

If the volume of a cylinder is 300 and the height is 3, the radius of the base is: 5.65

Yes. The base area is also related to the base radius by:A = radius2 x Pi

The curved surface area is 201.06 units2

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Total surface area = 2*pi*r*(r + h) where r is the base radius and h the height.

With the area of the base known, you can back figure to the radius. But unless you know the cylinder's volume, or are told that it's height is equal to the radius or diameter or circumference of the base, there's no way to find the height short of measuring it. To find the radius, you take the area of the base and divide it by pi. The resulting dividend is r2. Find the square root of the dividend, and you have the radius.

V=Bh volume=area of the base * height area of the base= pie * radius squared

188.4 cm2

The radius of the base of the cylinder is: 5.64 cm

find the radius using base area. substitute the radius value in CSA and fine the height. finally substitute radius and height in volume of cylinder formula and find the volume of the cylinder.. Ans:308 cu.cm.

If the volume of a cylinder is 300 and the height is 3, the radius of the base is: 5.65

I'm assuming you are asking about a cylinder. The volume of a cylinder is the area of the base times the height. The base is a circle so its area is pi*r^2. We get V=height*pi*radius*radius = 8*pi*3*3 = 72*pi which is about 226.195

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