Q: What is the radius of a cylinder with a radius of 10 and a height of 9?

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If the height is 9 and the volume is 21, then the radius = 0.8618

The volume of a cylinder with a height of 9m and radius of 8m is 1809.56m3

A cylinder with a radius of 3.25 cm and a height of 9 cm has a volume of 298,650 mm3

A cylinder with a radius of 8 feet and a height of 9 feet has a volume of 1,809.56 cubic feet.

The answer is 226.19 units2The formula is AL = 2*Pi*radius*height

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The volume of a cylinder with a 9-inch height and a 3-inch radius is: 254.47 cubic inches.

The answer is 226.19 units2The formula is AL = 2*Pi*radius*height

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The surface area of cylinder with radius equal to 4 and height equal to 9 is 326.725 square units.

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