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posted by Tom .
A cylinder has a radius of 5 in. if the volume of the cylinder is
250pi in ^3 what is the height of the cylinder
V=pi r^2 h
250=pi*5^2*h
250=5pi*h
250=5hpi
250/5pi=5hpi/5pi
h=50/pi
h = V/Area = 250 pi/(pi*5^2)= 10
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