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## navpreet 2 years ago how do you do the volume of a cylinder?

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1. navpreet

A cylindrical barrel of oil has a height of 1.5m and a diameter of 0.6m. Calculate its total capacity.

2. huneya

v=pi x r^2 x h

3. huneya

v= 3.14 x 0.3^2 x 1.5

4. apple_pi

Volume of any 'prism' is Area of base * height. Base is the area of circle which is pi*r^2. So volume is pi*r^2*h radius is half of diameter so just halve your value.

5. jiteshmeghwal9

$\Huge{\color{red}{ \pi r^2 h}}$

6. navpreet

so i do pi x r2

7. huneya

yes then times height

8. navpreet

oh ok thank you!=D

9. huneya

ur welcome :)

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