Q: What is the height of a cylinder that has a volume of 4710 cm3 and a radius of 10 cm?

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To find volume of a cylinder, which is what a pipe is, you take pi x r2 and multiply it by height (or the length in your case).So, if the pipe has a diameter of 10 inches, its radius (r) equals 5 inches. 52 = 25. Now don't forget to multiply by Pi (I did) so Pi (3.14) x 25 = 78.5. Now all you have to do is multiply by the height which is 5 feet (or 60 inches, don't forget to convert). so 78.5 x 60 = 4710 in3Volume of a cylinder = Pi x r2 x h

4710 / 2 = 2355 4710 / 3 = 1570

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47 = 1*32 + 0*16 + 1*8 + 1*4 +1*2 + 1*1 so 4710 = 1011112

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To find volume of a cylinder, which is what a pipe is, you take pi x r2 and multiply it by height (or the length in your case).So, if the pipe has a diameter of 10 inches, its radius (r) equals 5 inches. 52 = 25. Now don't forget to multiply by Pi (I did) so Pi (3.14) x 25 = 78.5. Now all you have to do is multiply by the height which is 5 feet (or 60 inches, don't forget to convert). so 78.5 x 60 = 4710 in3Volume of a cylinder = Pi x r2 x h

4710 / 2 = 2355 4710 / 3 = 1570

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4710 = 1011112

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