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Q: What is the volume of the cylinder that has a diameter of 10 and height of 3?

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The area of a cylinder's base with a height of 10 and a volume of 3800 is 380 units2

The volume of a cylinder with a radius of 1 meter and a height of 10 meters is 31.416m3

A cylinder with a height of 10 inches and a diameter of 8 inches has a surface area of 351.86 square inches.

Volume of the cylinder = pi*22*10 = 125.664 cubic inches rounded to 3 decimal places

72.1 cubic metres, approx - assuming that the diameter is 18 feet and not some other units.

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The volume of a cylinder is = (Pi x d) x height. Therefore it's 3.14 x 9 x 10 = 282.6cm3

1.313 cubic feet.

1.96 cubic feet

You need to specify which is the height and which is the radius (or diameter). The volume = Pi x radius2 x height or The volume = Pi/4 x diameter2 x height

Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius squared*height

Volume = pi525 = 393 cubic meters rounded to the nearest integer

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