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Q: What the volume of a cylinder 2m dia x 2m depth?

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Multiplying the height, depth and width of the cube together (which in a true cube will be identical to the length of one side cubed) will give you the volume of that cube. The units will be whatever units the lengths were in, cubed. For example, a cube which has sides each of length 2 metres is worked out as: 2m x 2m x 2m = 8m3 Which is the same as: 23 = 8m3

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A meter is a measure of distance and a cubic meter is a measure of volume. The two units are incomparable. A cube which has a side length of 2 meters would have a volume of 2m * 2m * 2m = 8 cubic meters.

100M^3 (the ^3 means cubed ) Remember when finding volume you multiply height by width by depth. In your case volume is given by 10 x 5 x 2 = 100 m3

A triangle doesn't have volume.

The answer will depend on which of the two measures is the height of the cylinder and which is the radius.

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