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Q: What is the volume of a cylinder if the diameter is 15mm and the height is 4.8 mm?

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15mm. diameter is twice the radius

This is an easy calculation to do. Simply multiply the diameter by Pi (about 3.1416).15mm x 3.1416 = 47.124 mm circumference.

There's not enough information to answer this question. The height needs to be known as well.

15mm beads is =- to how many gm?

15mm is the same as about 0.6 inches.

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A cylinder with a radius of 10mm and a height of 15mm has a volume of 4,712.39mm3

v = area of base * h = pi*r^2 * h so v = pi*15mm^2 * 300mm which can be done on a calculator.

The surface area is 4398.23mm2

If you mean that 15mm is the diameter, then the circumference will be 47.1mm

15mm what? Diameter or radius? Formula for finding Circumference is Pi X Diameter. If 15mm is the Diameter, multiply 15mm by 3,1614 = 47.124mm. If 15mm is Radius, then multiply Radius by 2 to get Diameter and then multiply by 3.1416 = 15 X 2 = 30 X 3.1416 = 94.248mm.

The volume of 1 meter of 15mm pipe is: 176,710 mm3

The radius is half the diameter 15mm because the raduis is half the diameter so 30mm divided by 2mm it would be 15mm

15mm. diameter is twice the radius

A standard CD:- 15mm Internal diameter, 120mm external diameter, 1.1 mm thick A mini CD:- 15mm Internal diameter, 80mm external diameter, 1.1 mm thick

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The diameter of any circle is twice the radius. Since the radius of this circle is 15mm, the diameter is 15mm*2=30mm. 30mm is also 3cm.

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