Q: Who is the originator of right circular cylinder?

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Strictly, if it has a circular base, it is a circular cylinder. Otherwise, it could have an oval base. If the long axis is at right angles (perpendicular) to the plane of the base, then it is a right circular cylinder.

A (right circular) cylinder has 2 circular faces... one on top, and the other the bottom.

The object described is a cylinder, specifically a right circular cylinder. It is a round solid with flat circular ends.

The volume of a right circular cylinder with a diameter of 6.8 in and a height of 2 feet is: 871.6 cubic inches.

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volume of a regular right circular cylinder is V=pi(r2)h since the radius is (a) then the height of the circular cylinder would be (2a) so the volume of the largest possible right circular cylinder is... V=2(pi)(r2)(a) with (pi) being 3.14159 with (r) being the radius of the circle on the top and bottom of the cylinder with (a) being the radius of the sphere

A [right] cylinder

right circular cylinder

V=hπr2

A right circular cylinder has two bases. If you consider these bases to be faces, then the is yes.

-- The frustum of a cone has. -- A right cylinder has.

Archimedes

cylinder is the name for a circular prism

a cylinder has to have a circular base because it is a circular prism

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pi * radius2 * height

Pi x r2 x h

V = (pi) (radius)2 (length)

A right circular cylinder apex

A cut through a right circular cylinder that is perpendicular to its altitude yields a circular cross-section. A right circular cylinder that is cut on a plane not perpendicular to its altitude but also but also not parallel to its altitude will yield an ellipse whose minor axis is the diameter of the cylinder. Trivial cases of a set of parallel lines, a single line, or the empty set occur when the cut is parallel to the altitude, externally tangent to the cylinder, or does not intersect the cylinder, respectively.

Pi x r² x h

Pi x r² x h

r = 0.41702

T=L+B

Volume of the cylinder: pi*radius*radius*height