**The formula for finding a cylinder is to multiply its base (B) and height (h) together, where the area of the base is given as pi multiplied by the radius squared.** A cylinder is a solid geometric object composed of two circular ends and a curved side.

Since the base of the cylinder is circular, the formula used to find its area is pi times the radius squared.The cylinder's volume is the formula of volume = B X h = pi x r^2 x h, where pi is approximated as 3.142 , height is the height and r is the radius.The unit of measurement for volume is given in cubic units.