anonymous
  • anonymous
The area of the base of a cylinder is 22(pi) square feet, and the height is 10 feet. What is the volume in cubic feet?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
bas area x height = 22pi x 10 220pi sq ft
anonymous
  • anonymous
what about cubic feet?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer should be in cubic feet

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anonymous
  • anonymous
oh sorry cubic feet
anonymous
  • anonymous
Area = 22 pi sqft x 10 ft = 220 pi cubic ft
anonymous
  • anonymous
what about the r in the formula for volume? (pi)r^2 * h
anonymous
  • anonymous
See the cylinder has a circular base and the area of a circle is (pi)r^2 General formula for volume is V = area of base x height So, in case of a cylinder it becomes (pi)r^2 x h In your question it already says that area of base (that is (pi)r^2) is 22 pi sqft So u r given the value of (pi)r^2 itself. So just multiply by height
anonymous
  • anonymous
oooh ok. makes sense. thanks harkirat =]
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