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V= pie r^2h r=4.38m V= 368m^3 h=?

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    So you know what the value for pi is, value for r is, and the value for V. So the only part is looking for h.

    You can achieve that by just manipulating the equation: V=pi(r^2)(h) into h=...

    V= pi*r^2*h
    V/ pi = r^2*h
    V/(pi*r^2) = h

    Then when you get the equation for h, you can plug in and solve.

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