Find the radius of a cylinder with a height of 10in and a volume of 385?
Radius is 3.5007 inches.
Since a canister is a cylinder, we can use the formula for the volume of a cylinder, which is V = (pi)(r^2)(h), where pi = 3.14159..., r^2 is the radius squared, and h is the height of the cylinder. Your cylinder has a height of ten inches and a radius of five inches. V = (pi)(5in^2)(10in) = (pi)(25in^2)(10in) =785in^3. Note: The superscript and subscripts are not currently working.
Unable to solve this with the information given -- recommend adding the width (or designating 10 as the radius or diameter) of the container, so you can calculate volume. However, if you assume 10 in is the radius, here is how you solve this problem: Volumne of Cylinder = PIr2h PI = 3.142 (close approximation) r = 10 in h = 5 feet x 12 inches per foot = 60 inches FORMULA: Volume = 3.142…