## anonymous one year ago A cylinder has a height of 2 meters and a diameter that is 5 times the measure of the height. Using 3.14 for pi, which of the following can be used to calculate the volume? (3.14)(2m)2(10m) (3.14)(2m)2(5m) (3.14)(10m)2(2m) (3.14)(5m)2(2m)

1. imqwerty

the last one

2. jasmineETTA

3. imqwerty

@king_kong_killer

4. jasmineETTA

oh yes, it id D.) because the diameter is 5 x 2 which is 10 and the radius of that is 5 :)

5. imqwerty

i ws goin to tell that to you :)

6. jasmineETTA

:) im pretty bad at math

7. anonymous

thank you both!!!

8. imqwerty

Ur welcome

9. anonymous

$Volume\ of \ Cylinder\ = \pi r^2h\ unit^3\\ as\ given\ \pi= 3.14,height,\ h=2\ m \ | radius,\ r= \frac{ dia }{ 2 }=\frac{ 5\times h }{ 2 }=\frac{ 5\times 2 }{ 2 }=5\ m\\Volume= 3.14\times (5m)^2\times 2m\\clearly\ option \ LAST \ is \ correct!$