# MATH

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calculate missing dimension.

a) cylinder has volume 1m3 and height of 0.6m.

How do I fifure the missing dimension. Could someone please provide me with a formula to figure this out. Also can someone please explain to me step by step how to do this. Cause it takes me a long time to understand things clearly.

• MATH -

volume of cylinder πr^2h
you know volume and height, let's sub

1 = πr^2(6)
r^2 = 1/(6π)
r = √1/6π)

you do the button-pushing.

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