do you mean v=(r^2)h?
To solve for h just get it by itself. (V/r^2) =h
divide both sides by r^2
so what the answer ?
I said it above. (V/r^2) =h
Unless you have variables for V and r
its says its wrong ?
V = πr2h.
does it give you values for v and r?
pi!!!!! But you never mentioned pi mariisol.
i just saw it -_-
lol, well at least I know it's not my fault. xD
so divide both sides by pi and r^2, giving you h=(v/(pi(r^2)))
I think mariisol got the problem wrong.