Algebra 2 PAP
posted by John .
Solve for r: V=(1/3)pie r squared h

V=(1/3)pi r^2 h
multiply by 3
3V = pi r^2 h
divide by pi(h)
3V/(pi h) = r^2
take √ of both sides
h = ±√[(3V/(pi h)]
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