Q: What is the surface area of a cylinder with diameter 24ft and height 16ft?

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Volume in cubic feet = cross-section area*length

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Assuming that "16ft by 6ft" are the dimensions of a rectangle (rather than an ellipse, for example), the area is 16*6 = 96 square feet.

Radius of a circle = 1/2 of the diameter.Area of a circle = (pi) x (radius)2For the diameter of 16-ft, radius = 8-ft, and area = (pi) (8)2 = 201.062 square feet (rounded)

16 feet is equivalent to 4.8768 metres.

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The volume is 1,256.64 cubic feet.

The formula for the volume of a cylinder is V = Ï€r2h, where Ï€ is pi (3.14159), r is radius, and h is height. To get the radius, you divide the diameter by 2. So the radius is 16ft/2 = 8ft. Now you can plug your known values into the formula: V = Ï€r2h = (3.14159)(8ft)2(10ft) = 2010.6ft3

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r=7ft h=16ft

Use the pythagorean theorem. Radius is 8 feet so the square root of two times right squared is eight times square root of two feet.

By outside distance, do you mean the circumference? The circle has a diameter of 16ft, its circumference is 3.14*16=50.24ft

Volume in cubic feet = cross-section area*length

A tank this size holds up to 3,004(3,003.967872) gallons.

Feet and feet are the same unit of measurement. Therefore, 16 feet is equal to 16 feet.

256ft² = 23.8m²

16ft. 16ft.

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