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Q: What equation best represents the volume of a cylinder in terms of radius?

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Volume = pi x radius squared x height

The radius of this cylinder is 7.0525.

The volume of a cylinder with a height of 16 and radius of 7 is: 2,460 cubic units.

The volume of a cylinder, V, is given by the formula:V = pi*r^2*h where r is the radius and h is the height of the cylinder. It is necessary to know both the radius and the height before you can determine the volume.

I think you want formula's for a Cylinder? Volume = (pi)r^2 x height Surface Area = 2(pi) radius x height

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Volume = pi x radius squared x height

The volume of a cylinder is given by the equation V=2*pi*r*h V=volume r=radius h=height Since the height and volume are given in this case, rearranging the equation will show that r= V / (2*pi*h). With that equation you can find the radius of any cylinder with known volume and height.

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The volume of a circular cylinder varies directly with the height of the cylinder and with the square of the cylinder's radius If the height is halved and the radius is doubled then the volume will be increased.

If the volume of the cylinder is 5, then its volume is 5 and its radius doesn't matter.

Density = Mass/Volume, correct. However, with a cylinder, you have to find the volume. In order to find the volume of a cylinder use the equation PiR2 * H where "R" is the radius (Diameter/2) squared.

The radius of this cylinder is 7.0525.

the volume of a cylinder is V = pi*r^2 * l (where v is volume r is radius and l is length) so you would do this equation to find it:length = V / (pi * r^2).

Pi * Radius * Radius * Height.

If you look at the formulas for volume of a cone and volume of a cylinder you can see that a cone will fit in exactly three times if the height and radius of the cone and cylinder are equivalent. A cone has the equation: (1/3)*pi*(r^2)*h=Volume. And a cylinder has the equation: pi*(r^2)*h=Volume. With h equaling height and r equaling radius, you can see that 3*(Volume of a cone)=Volume of a cylinder. Therefore, the cone would fit in three times if height and radius are equivalent for the two figures.

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

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