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The volume of a cylinder is defined by the formula V=pie R squared h. If initially have a cylinder with a volume of 10m cubed. Find the volume of the cylinder if the height doubles and if the height is cut in half.

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    There is a typing error in yourn question. The height cannot both double and be cut in half. That is what you have typed.

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