Posted by **Mailo Her** on Monday, January 17, 2011 at 10:39am.

Please help me with this homework assignment. I tried everything and it still didn't work. The question is:

Use three variables volume, radius, and height to write a program that can be use to calculate the volume of a cylinder.

Formula: volume = radius x radius x 3.14159 x height

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