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Abbie23

How do you find the volume, I forgot?

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  1. timo86m
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    of?

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  2. aetteews
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    Volume varies from object to object, in geometry you memorize a lot of formulas for different volumes, and in Calculus you learn how to implement those memorized formulas in order to find more complex volumes.

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    another bored question?:P

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    A cylinder

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    pi r^2 * h

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    Generally we use integration. For the cylinder \( V = \pi r^2 h \)

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    Oh, okay thanks guys!

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    to remember cylender just remember that you can think of it as the area of a circle. ANd think of a bunch of rings stacked up on top of eachother then see how high the stack is and you can therefore say pi r^2 h :)

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    Okay! :)

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    stick it in some water and see how much water is displaced... :)

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    Ha, okay Dpalnc!

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    she'd have to build the cylendar :D

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