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Q: What is the volume of a pipe with diameter of 1 meter and length of 2 meters?

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Linear meters (Length) can not be converted to cubic meters (Volume)

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Cubic meters cannot be converted into meters; cubic meters are units of volume and meters are units of length.

Meters cannot be converted into cubic meters; meters are units of length and cubic meters are units of volume.

Volume = pi*1.52*5 = 35.34291735 cubic meters

Pi meters. (About 3.14 meters) Found by multiplying 1 meter by pi. Assuming by length you mean the distance around the circle.

Volume = pi * radius^2 * height

There is a volume unit (50 cubic meters) that has to be converted to a length unit (meter). Impossible!

A meter is a unit of length; a milliliter is a unit of volume.

This is not really a valid conversion because cubic meters is a measure of volume while meters is a measure of length or distance.

This is not a valid conversion because cubic meters is a measure of volume while meters is a measure of length or distance.

This pipe will hold 706.9 cubic meters of water or 186,700 US gallons.

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