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posted by Javohn .
I have (3.14) (19.36) (12) and i am trying to find out how to correctly multiply them Also i am trying to find value of cylinders

First estimate your answer.
3 * 12 = 36
36 * 20 = 720
You know that your answer must be around 720.
Use this calculator.
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You can either use it as a normal calculator or you can click the other button and copy and paste your problem into the search box. 
Thank you

You're welcome.
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