Q: What is the formula in finding the volume of a graduated cylinder?

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Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius2*height

Archimedes.- Prashanth Svr

V= AxH where A is the area of the circle, and H is the height of the cylinder.

pi x r2 x height

V = (pi * radius * radius * height)/2 ie. formula for the volume of a cylinder divided by 2

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Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius2*height

Archimedes.- Prashanth Svr

No. You mesure volume with a graduated cylinder.

Graduated cylinder

V= AxH where A is the area of the circle, and H is the height of the cylinder.

pi x r2 x height

V = (pi * radius * radius * height)/2 ie. formula for the volume of a cylinder divided by 2

divide the volume by 2*pi*r where r is the radius of the base

The formula to find the volume of a cylinder is V = πr^2h, where V represents volume, π is a mathematical constant (approximately 3.14159), r is the radius of the cylinder's base, and h is the height of the cylinder. Simply multiply π by the radius squared and then by the height to calculate the volume of the cylinder.

A graduated cylinder is used to measure the volume of a liquid, not an object. To measure the volume of a solid object, you would typically use a ruler to calculate its dimensions and then use a formula (e.g., V = l × w × h for a rectangular object) to determine its volume.

volume

π R² H Pi radius squared by height