The equation for the volume of a right circular cylinder is V = πr^2h. In this equation, V is the volume, r is the radius of the cylinder's base, and h is the height of the cylinder. The radius is squared, and multiplied by both the height and pi.
Continue ReadingIf the height of a cylinder is four inches, and the radius of the base is 2 inches, the volume is expressed as V = π(2)^2*4. The radius, 2, is squared, and then multiplied by both pi and the height, four. The volume of the cylinder is equal to 50.27 inches squared.
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