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There are 12 cylindrical cans in a package. Each can has a height of 4.9 in. and a diameter of 2.5 in. What is the approximate total volume of the 12 cans?

Volume = Diameter x Pi x Height. Now you have the formula - the maths should be straight forward ! (Hint) the answer is between 100 & 110 !

calculate the volume of a cylindrical drum 18 cm in diameter 56 in deep

Pi x diameter x height.

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There are 12 cylindrical cans in a package. Each can has a height of 4.9 in. and a diameter of 2.5 in. What is the approximate total volume of the 12 cans?

Height and diameter will give you the volume, if you know the density you can then calculate weight from that.

A cylindrical paint can has a diameter of 12 centimeters and a height of 16 centimeters. Which isclosestto the volume of the paint can in cubic centimeters?

Volume = Diameter x Pi x Height. Now you have the formula - the maths should be straight forward ! (Hint) the answer is between 100 & 110 !

calculate the volume of a cylindrical drum 18 cm in diameter 56 in deep

Pi x diameter x height.

The volume of a cylinder that has a diameter of 20 mm and a height of 15 mm is 4,712.39 mm3

Volume = Height * Area of Circle Area of Circle = pi*(Diameter/2)^2 Height = Diameter Volume = Diameter*(pi*(Diameter/2)^2) Volume = (pi/4)*Diameter^3 Diameter = (4/pi) * Volume ^ (1/3) Diameter = (4/3.14)*220^(1/3) ≈ 6.54 cm

pi * radius2 * height ( pie = 3.14) ( radius is half the diameter) ( the height is 60cm) multiply them all together you get.............................