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cherDElalana

  • 3 years ago

Use the formula below to calculate the volume of a cylinder with a radius of 2 in. and a height of 10 in. ----------- volume = (PIE SYMBOL) r^2 h 12.56 in3 62.8 in3 125.6 in3 628 in3

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  1. cherDElalana
    • 3 years ago
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    forgot to tag sorry

  2. Austin_Cochran
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    ok im here

  3. Austin_Cochran
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    volume = (PIE SYMBOL) r^2 h Theres the formula...knowing that pie is 3.14 you just do this \[3.14\times2\times2\times10\] 125.6

  4. cherDElalana
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    am i allowed to post as many questions as i want or is that selfish?

  5. Austin_Cochran
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    do as many as you want. but try some and tell me what you get.

  6. cherDElalana
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    i think im done with chemistry though

  7. cherDElalana
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    never mind ughh

  8. Austin_Cochran
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    that was math hah it doesnt matter just tag me and ill be there

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