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Pi x r² x h

The volume of a right circular cylinder with a diameter of 6.8 in and a height of 2 feet is: 871.6 cubic inches.

Pi x r2 x h

First, it is not an approximation but the formula for the exact value of the volume. Second, pi and e are quite different numbers.

The formula to find the volume of a right cylinder is height times area of the circular base. This volume in cubic feet is then multiplied by 7.48 to find the number of gallons.

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pi * radius2 * height

Pi x r² x h

Pi x r² x h

Pi * r-squared * hAnswerAnd if your cylinder is not a right circular one, things get a bit tricky from there. =)

The volume of a right circular cylinder with a diameter of 6.8 in and a height of 2 feet is: 871.6 cubic inches.

Volume = Area * Length The volume of a right circular cylinder is πr2h where r is the radius of the base and h is its height (altitude)

volume of a regular right circular cylinder is V=pi(r2)h since the radius is (a) then the height of the circular cylinder would be (2a) so the volume of the largest possible right circular cylinder is... V=2(pi)(r2)(a) with (pi) being 3.14159 with (r) being the radius of the circle on the top and bottom of the cylinder with (a) being the radius of the sphere

volume of a right circular cylinder is v = (pi)(h)(r^2) if you want the answer in cubic meters the height and the radius must be in meters.

Archimedes

volume of a cylinder = pi*radius2*height rearrange the formula to make the height the subject of the formula: height = volume/(pi*radius2) height = 48/(pi*22) = 3.819718634 centimeters

Pi x r2 x h

V = (pi) (radius)2 (length)

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