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Calculate the volume of a cylinder that is 5.615 mm in height and 17.03 mm in diameter.

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asked by Elisabeth
  1. V = pi * r^2 * h

    V = 3.14 * 8.515^2 * 5.615

    V = 3.14 * 72.505225 * 5.615

    V = 1,278.34687 cubic mm

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. V = ( d ^ 2 * pi / 4 ) * h

    V = ( 17.03 ^ 2 * 3.14159 / 4 ) * 5615

    V = ( 290.0209 * 3.14159 / 4 ) * 5615

    V = ( 911.126759231/4 ) * 5615

    V = 227.78168980775 * 5615

    V = 1278994.18827 mm ^ 3

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    posted by Anonymous

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