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

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The volume of the cylinder is: 15.7 cm3

A cylinder whose radius is 2cm and height is 8cm has a total surface area of approximately 125.66cm2 {ADDED} To explain that further, the formula is pi*r^2 X h where r is the radius and h the height.

The lateral area of a cylinder with a diameter of 10cm and height of 2cm is approximately 62.83cm2

The volume is 4.19 cm3

To find the volume, you multiply the length, width/depth, and height together.The answer is 16 cm3.

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A cylinder with a radius of 4cm and a height of 2cm has a volume of 100.53cm3

Volume = pi*22*5 cubic cm

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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

The volume of the cylinder is: 15.7 cm3

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The displaced liquid volume is equal to the volume of the cylinder. The volume of the cylinder is πr^2h, so in this case it is π(2cm)^2(4cm) = 16π cm^3. The volume displaced is equal to the rise in the liquid level in the graduated cylinder. Using the formula for the volume of the liquid in a cylinder (πr^2h), we can solve for the height (h). The rise in the liquid level will be approximately 1.06 cm.

A cylinder whose radius is 2cm and height is 8cm has a total surface area of approximately 125.66cm2 {ADDED} To explain that further, the formula is pi*r^2 X h where r is the radius and h the height.

The volume of a sphere with a radius of 2cm is about 33.5cm3

The lateral area of a cylinder with a diameter of 10cm and height of 2cm is approximately 62.83cm2

The volume is 4.19 cm3

To find the volume, you multiply the length, width/depth, and height together.The answer is 16 cm3.