using the volume formula for a cylinder, V = 2*pi*R*H, the volume of a cylinder with R=4 and H=5 is 125.66 sq. in. The formula for a cylinder is V = Pi*R²*H where Pi = 3.1416 and R² = Radius multiplied by itself. Using the formula: V = Pi*R²*H V = 3.1416 * (4*4) * 5 V = 3.1416*16*5 V = 251.328 cu in
A cylinder with a radius of 7 cm and a height of 10 cm has a volume of 1539.38 cm3.
The volume of a cylinder with a 6 inch diameter and a height of 6 inches is 169.65 cubic inches.
The volume of a circular cylinder that is 7m in diameter and a height of 12m is 461.81m3
A cylinder with a radius of 8 feet and a height of 7 feet has a volume of 1,407.43 ft3
V = 791.68 cubic inches.
141.37 cu. ft.
Volume = 56.55 units3
V = 98.175 units3
98.175 cubic units.
392.7 cubic units.
A cylinder with a radius of 3 (6/2) inches and a height of 5 inches has a volume of 141.37 inches3.
The volume is 8.37758 cubic feet.
The volume is 19.635 cubic feet.
Volume = pi*radius2*height Volume = 5*pi = 15.70796327 cubic cm
Volume = pi*1.52*5 = 35.34291735 cubic meters
It is: pi*32*5 = 35*pi cubic cm
Diameter = 14cm so radius = 7cm. Height = 5cm. Take pi as 22/7 Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius2*height Volume = 22/7*72*5 = 770 cubic cm.
Volume = pi525 = 393 cubic meters rounded to the nearest integer