The volume (v) of a cylinder is equal to its height (h) times its radius (r) squared times pi, and is expressed in cubic units. v = (h)(r)(r)(3.14) radius (r) is equal to one-half of diameter. For your question: v = (24 ft)(7 ft)(7 ft)(3.14) v = 3692.6 cubic feet
The way I remember the equation for the volume of a cylinder is by thinking of it as a circle with height. The area of a circle is pi x r^2, so the volume of a cylinder is pi x r^2 x h. We need to derive r from the circumference. Since pi is the ratio of any circle's circumference to its diameter, just divide the circumference by pi to get the diameter, then divide that by 2 to get the radius. So the radius is (2.25/pi) ft. When we square that, we have (5.0625/pi^2) ft^2. Multiplying that by pi gives us (5.0625/pi) ft^2. Multiplying by the height makes it (65.8125/pi) ft^3, which is roughly 21 cubic feet.HAPPY PI DAY on 3/14! Better yet, HAPPY PI MINUTE at 3/14/15 9:27!
V = 1,570 ft3
The volume of the prism is 196 units^3
Volume of locker: 36*15*14 = 519 cubic inches
A cylinder of radius 14 cm and height 20cm. Sketch the solids and find the volume
The volume of the right angled cylinder is = 22/7 * r2 *h where r is the radius of the radius of the circle & h is the height of the cylinder the ans of ur question is 22/7*14*14*31=19096 unit2
The suface area of a cylinder with a radius of 8 and a height of 14 is 1,105.84 units2
Volume sphere = 4/3 πr³ = 4/3 π 7³ = 1372π/3 Volume cylinder = πr²h = 1372π/3 → r²h = 1372/3 So as long as the radius of the cylinder is related to its height by: radius = √(1372 / (3×height)) or height = 1372 / (3×radius²) You can have a cylinder of almost any size you want. Example sizes: radius 1, height 1372/3 radius 7, height 28/3 height 7, radius 14/√3 height 28/3, radius 7 height 49, radius √(28/3)
142 x pi x 11 = 6773.27
A cylinder whose radius is 6 and height is 14 has a surface area of 754 units2
(Area of the base) * (height) = (pi * (5 in)2) * (14 in) = pi * 350 in3 = 1099.56 in3
A cone with a base radius of 9.9 inches and a height of 14 inches has a volume of 1,436.9 inches3
A cone with a height of 14 inches and a radius of 9.9 inches has a volume of 1,436.9 cubic inches.
A cone with a base radius of 9.9 inches and a height of 14 inches has a volume of 1,436.9 cubic inches.
A cone with a radius of 14 inches and a height of 8 inches has a volume of 1,642 cubic inches.
Volume = pi*142*31 = 19,088.317 cubic units rounded to 3 decimal places