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Q: What is the volume of a cylinder with a height of 16 and radius of 7?

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The radius of this cylinder is 7.0525.

Volume = 9,651 cubic units.

Volume of a cylinder = PI r^2 h, where r is the radius and h is the height r = 4h (given) Substitute r=4h in the formula Volume = PI (4h)^2 h V = 16 PI h^3

The volume of a right circular cylinder is found by using this formula: V=pi/4*r2*height Note: In this case, altitude and height are the same thing. Fill in the measurements you are given and solve. 500 = (3.14)(4)2(height) 500 = (3.14)(16)(height) 500 = (50.24)(height) height = approximately 9.95 inches

This is dependent on the internal diameter of the pipe. Your answer is the volume of a circle multiplied by its length (the volume of a cylinder) volume = (PI*RadiusSquared)*height so a pipe 1 metre long with an internal radius of 4cm volume = (3.142*16)*100 =5027.2 millilitres 5027.2/1000= 5.0272 litres

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The radius of this cylinder is 7.0525.

Volume = 9,651 cubic units.

The volume is 4,071.5 ft3

73,991 cubic units.

Volume of the cylinder = pi8216 = 3216.991 cubic inches rounded to 3 decimal places

height = 3546.7/(pi*8.42) = 15.99985365 or about 16 inches

The volume of a cylinder is pi *r^2 * h where r is the radius of a circular base and h is the height. So plug in the values of r and h into the equation to get pi * 100 * 16 which simplifies to 1600pi units cubed

Volume of cylinder: pi*16*40 = 2010.619 cubic cm to three decimal places

Volume of a cylinder = PI r^2 h, where r is the radius and h is the height r = 4h (given) Substitute r=4h in the formula Volume = PI (4h)^2 h V = 16 PI h^3

Its volume is: pi*16*6 = 96*pi cubic inches

Volume of a Cylinder = (pi)(r^2)(h) = pi(4^2)(12) = (pi)(16)(12) =

It is 1056 cm3.

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