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# What is 8 multiplied by pi?

Updated: 12/18/2022

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### What is the volume of this cylinder that has a radius of 6 inches and a height of 8 inches?

The volume of a cylinder is equal to: (pi multiplied by the radius squared) multiplied by the height. In this instance, taking Pi to be the approximation of pi found on a ten-digit calculator, and rounding the number to two decimal places:pi x 62 x 8 = 288 x pi = 904.78 square inches.This can also be notated as 904.78 in2. Don't forget the superscript 2 in your answer.

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