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how can I find the volume, height and radius of a CD

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Of a computer disk?
Volume = pi* r^2* h
pi = 3.1416
r = radius = distance from center to edge of CD
h = height = the short distance from top to bottom of the CD
Does this help? 
Pi times r squared
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