Q: How many Cubic feet are in a cylinder with a 36 ft diameter and 21 feet tall?

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256*pi cubic feet

The volume is approximately 0.3315 cubic feet.

A cylinder that has an 18-inch diameter and is 36 inches long has a volume of: 5.3 cubic feet.

Volume = pi*0.652*16 = 21.237 cubic feet to 3 dp

The cubic capacity of a cylinder with inside dimensions of 8 ft diameter and 12 ft height is: Pi/4 x D2 x H = 0.785398*8*8*12 = 603.186 cubic feet (to nearest thousandth). or 192*Pi

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We need to know the diameter AND the length of the cylinder to tell you the cubic volume.

The volume is approximately 0.3315 cubic feet.

A cylinder that has an 18-inch diameter and is 36 inches long has a volume of: 5.3 cubic feet.

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Volume = pi*0.652*16 = 21.237 cubic feet to 3 dp