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  • 5 years ago

A right circular cylinder with the height of T. The radius of the base is the square root of Q?

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  1. anonymous
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    Sounds good. I'll take it!

  2. anonymous
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    can u show me the equation

  3. anonymous
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    The equation for what?

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    of the question(up there)

  5. myininaya
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    do you want volume of the cylinder?

  6. anonymous
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    You've just described a cylinder. What do you want to know about it?

  7. myininaya
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    surface area?

  8. anonymous
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    umm either one of them

  9. myininaya
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    Volume=pi*r^2*h=pi*(sqrt(x))^2(T)=pi*x*T

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    umm i am a little confuse about this

  11. myininaya
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    x=Q sorry

  12. anonymous
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    Volume of a cylinder \( = Area_{base} * Height\) Area of a circle \(=\pi r^2\)

  13. anonymous
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    So if Height = T and r = Q. What is the Volume of your cylinder?

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    I don't how to do this can u show the step so I can know what the volume of this

  15. anonymous
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    The volume of a cylinder is the (Area of the base) times (the height). The base is a circle. The area of a circle = \(\pi * (radius^2)\). \(\pi \approx 3.14159\) The radius of the base of your cylinder = \(\sqrt{Q}\). The height of your cylinder = T. Using the statements above you can easily compute the volume of your cylinder. Please study what I've said carefully and see if you can figure out how to do this.

  16. anonymous
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    so i use \[\pi \times \sqrt{Q}\]^2 then what next

  17. anonymous
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    Simplify that.

  18. anonymous
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    \(\pi * \sqrt{Q}^2 = \pi * Q\)

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    What is that value in relation to your cylinder?

  20. anonymous
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    what that mean

  21. anonymous
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    You use \(\pi * Q\) for what?

  22. anonymous
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    Qpi

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