The formula for finding the Volume of a right circular cylinder is: V = πr2h.
The formula for finding the Volume of a right circular cylinder is: V = πr2h, where r is the radius of the circle at one base of the cylinder, and h is the height of the cylinder (the distance between the bases.)
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Part A) The radius of the cylinder is
Part B) The height of the 500 ml mark is
Part C) The height of the 250 ml mark is
Part A) What is the radius of the cylinder?
we know that
The volume of a cylinder is equal to
substitute and solve for r
Part B) What is the height of the 500 ml mark?
Part C) What is the height of the 250 ml mark?
The volume of a circular cylinder can be calculated by:
is the height and is the radius.
according to the problem is roughly equal to 3 (it is equal to 3.1416).
Also the problem asks for the volume of a cylinder with
Using the volume formula and :
the volume is