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H= v over pie r to the second

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Q: The following is the volume formula for a circular cylinder V equals pie r to the second power Solve for h?
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Formula to find volume of the cylinder?

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What if you don't enter equals before formula in Excel?

Then it will not be treated as a formula. It will appear literally as you type it. Because cell references and functions begin with letters Excel needs the equals sign to tell it that what is following is a formula and not just a piece of text. You can actually also start a formula with a plus sign or minus sign, but an equals sign will automatically be added.

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A cylinder has 2 circular ends and the curved side. If the cylinder was a drinks can, then it could be cut down from one ciircular end to the other and the side uncurled to give a rectangle with one dimension the height of the cylinder and the other the circumference of the circular end. Thus the surface area of a cylinder is twice the area of an end plus the circumference of the end times the height of the cylinder: area = 2{pi}r2 + 2{pi}rh = 2{pi}r(r + h) = 2{pi}6(6 + 30) = 12{pi}36 = 432{pi} ~= 1357.2 cm2

Why should a formula start with an equal sign?

It tells Excel that there is a formula and that it should be calculated. Without the equals sign it is treated as a bit of text. After the equals most formulas the have a letter, as part of the name of a function or a cell reference. Doing the following is just a bit of text for a cell: SUM(A2:A230) Whereas doing the following is a formula to sum the values from A2 to A30: =SUM(A2:A30) There are times you will want to type some text into a cell that could be a formula, so it is the equals sign that tells Excel that it is a formula.

What is the formula to calculate the height of a cylinder Volume equals 14137cm3 Radius equals 6cm What is the Height of the Cylinder?

volume = pi*radius2*height Rearrange the formula by dividing all terms by pi*radius2: height = volume/pi*radius2 height = 14137/pi*36 = 124.9985239 cm. Therefore: height = 125 cm to the nearest cm.

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