Q: What is the cubic root of pi squared multiplied by pi?

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πr2h or the radius squared multiplied by pi multiplied by the vertical height of the cylinder.

1 Cubic Centimeter = 1 Milli-Liter or (1 cc = 1 ml) you have volume of a cylinder is (pi) * R * R * H (or pi R-squared H) Where pi is the constant = 3.141592654 ...etc R is the radius, in your case is 4.... R squared makes 16 then H is 16. 3.14159 * 16 * 16 = 804.2 cubic cenitmeters (because you have 3 dimensions of measurements in centimeters multiplied together, thus you now have cubic centimeters. just pi and R squared multiplied together would have been the area of a circle, and that would be 50.2 square centimeters)

The formula for finding the volume of a cylinder is pi multiplied by radius squared multiplied by the height. So for this case it would be pi multiplied by 6 squared multiplied by 7.5. But since you want it when it is HALF full, you would divide by two, so the answer would be 135 multiplied by pi, or around 424 metres squared of water.

sqrt(pi)*64 = 113.437 (approx)

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pi multiplied by the radius squared

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pi multiplied by the radius squared

Imagine the end of the pipe as a circle. If r is radius then area is pi (r squared). So volume is, Pi multiplied by r squared and multiplied by the length. Make sure the radius and length are in the same units e.g. inches. so if 0.5 is diameter in inches then radius is half that 0.25. so r squared is 0.0625 inches2 length in inches is 12 x 250 i.e. 3000 inches. So answer is pi(3.14.......) x 0.0625 x 3000 = pi x 187.5 cubic inches. n.b. 1 cubic foot is 12 x12 x12 = 1728 cubic inches. if you want to convert to cubic feet.

πr2h or the radius squared multiplied by pi multiplied by the vertical height of the cylinder.

1 Cubic Centimeter = 1 Milli-Liter or (1 cc = 1 ml) you have volume of a cylinder is (pi) * R * R * H (or pi R-squared H) Where pi is the constant = 3.141592654 ...etc R is the radius, in your case is 4.... R squared makes 16 then H is 16. 3.14159 * 16 * 16 = 804.2 cubic cenitmeters (because you have 3 dimensions of measurements in centimeters multiplied together, thus you now have cubic centimeters. just pi and R squared multiplied together would have been the area of a circle, and that would be 50.2 square centimeters)