Q: What is the radius of a large container?

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The diameter is twice as large as the radius.

it depends on what type of container it is. for a cylinder its: radius squared time pi times height. for a rectangular prism its length times height times width.

The height of this quantity of water would be exactly that much!

If the container is 71 inches around, its radius is 11.3 inches. The volume of a cylinder with radius 11.3 inches and depth 25 inches = pi*r2*h = pi*(11.3)2*25 cubic inches = 10028.8 cubic inches = 36.15 gallons.

It depends on the shape of the container. For example: the volume of a container that is shaped like a cube (or a cuboid) would be calculated by simply multiplying the length, width, and height of the container together. For a cylinder, you would use the formula: pi × radius^2 × height.

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The diameter is twice as large as the radius.

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A gardenia can survive in a large container. Just makes sure that it gets enough water and sunlight and should do fine.

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