Q: What is the volume of a cylinder with a radius of 2 cm and and the height of 5cm?

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The volume of cylinder with radius 5cm and height 10 cm is: 785.4 cm3

Volume of cylinder: pi*25*9 = 706.858 cubic cm rounded to 3 decimal places

volume = p*radius2*height make the radius the subject of the formula: radius = the square root of (volume/pi*height) radius = the square root of (2826/pi*36) radius = 4.998732446cm So the radius is 5cm to the nearest cm.

62.8 (pi times radius squared times height (3.14* 2 squared=12.56 then 12.56 times 5= 62.8)

The volume of the cylinder is: 15.7 cm3

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Volume of cylinder: pi*25*9 = 706.858 cubic cm rounded to 3 decimal places

Volume = pi*52*6 = 471.239 cubic cm (rounded to 3 dp).

volume = p*radius2*height make the radius the subject of the formula: radius = the square root of (volume/pi*height) radius = the square root of (2826/pi*36) radius = 4.998732446cm So the radius is 5cm to the nearest cm.

The formula for the volume of a cylinder is Pi x r^2 x height. So this cylinder's volume is Pi (2cm)^2 x 5cm = 62.83 cubic cm

Diameter = 14cm so radius = 7cm. Height = 5cm. Take pi as 22/7 Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius2*height Volume = 22/7*72*5 = 770 cubic cm.

62.8 (pi times radius squared times height (3.14* 2 squared=12.56 then 12.56 times 5= 62.8)

The volume of the cylinder is: 15.7 cm3