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The volume (V) of a cylinder is V = π r2 h. Find h, if V = 141.3, π = 3.14, and r = 3. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary.

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  1. niksva
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    plug in the values in the formula for volume of cylinder

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    wats that mean

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    it means volume is V = pi* r^2 * h the values for V and r is given so put the values in Formula and find h

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    I Dont Get It :'(

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    i think other people will provide u the better way to solve this

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    okaii

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