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Q: What is the volume of a cylinder if 11 is the radius and 12 the height?

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A cylinder with a radius of 11 units and a height of 12 units has a volume of 4,561.59 units3

A cylinder that has a radius of 5 inches and a height of 11 inches has a surface area of 502.65 inches2

pi r r h, i.e. 64*11*3.14159 is 2211.68 cubic inches

Surface area = 2 x Pai x radius x height = 2 x 3.14 x 11 x 11 = 759.88 = 760 SQ inch

5,575.279763 units cubed.

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A cylinder with a radius of 11 units and a height of 12 units has a volume of 4,561.59 units3

A cylinder with a radius of 11 units and a height of 12 units has a volume of 4,561.593 cubic units.

The volume of a cylinder with a radius 11 cm and a height of 7 cm is 665.23 cm3

how did you get that answer 32cm

V = 3,420 cubic units.

You also need the height. Use the formula volume = pi x radius2 x height.

The surface area of a cylinder with a radius of 11 and height of 11 is 1,520.53 units2

142 x pi x 11 = 6773.27

Volume cylinder = pi * r2 * hVolume cylinder = pi(8 mm )2(11 mm)= 2212 mm3========

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Volume = pi*112*12 = 4561.593 cubic units and rounded to 3 d.p.

The surface area of a cylinder if the radius is 3 and the height is 11 equals 263.9 square units.

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