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Skittles10412

  • one year ago

4. Find the volume of the cylinder in terms of . h = 6 and r = 3 (1 point) 27 in.3 108 in.3 54 in.3 324 in.3

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  1. hairynmad
    • one year ago
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    V=B*h, volume=base*height B is the area of the base which is a circle Area of a circle is pi*r^2 so take area of circle and multiply by height and that's the volume

  2. Skittles10412
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    If that is done the that would give me 9pi because the formula is A= pi*r^2 witch is pi*3^2 witch then becomes 9pi.

  3. hairynmad
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    Yes, area of base is \[9\]

  4. hairynmad
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    9pi

  5. Skittles10412
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    so then you would do 6*9 to get 54. so the answer would be 54in^3

  6. hairynmad
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    Not 54 but 54*pi

  7. Skittles10412
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    oh okay now its showing me so it would be 54pi in ^3

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