Mathematics
DaniellLangsam
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will mark brainliest 1.What is the volume of a right circular cylinder with a radius of 3 in. and a height of 10 in.? 30π in³ 60π in³ 90π in³ 120π in³ 2.What is the volume of a right circular cylinder with a base diameter of 18 yd and a height of 3 yd? Enter your answer in the box. Express your answer using π . 3.What is the volume of a right circular cylinder with a diameter of 46.25 cm and a height of 18.5 cm? Enter your answer in the box. Use 3.14 for pi and round only your final answer to the nearest hundredth 4.A right circular cylinder has a height of ​ 1934 ​ ft and a diameter ​ 125 ​ times its height. What is the volume of the cylinder? Enter your answer in the box. Use 3.14 for pi and round only your final answer to the nearest hundredth.

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ashleiyonce

#1: C.90π  in³ #2:The formula for this would be BH..your base times the height. The base would be 3.14 times the diameter and then multiply the answer to the height of 23.52. (3.14) (19.6) (23.52) = 1447.51488 rounding to hundreth... 1447.51 #3:radius = 23.125 cm Cylinder Volume =  π • r² • height Cylinder Volume =  3.14 * 23.125^2 * 18.5 Cylinder Volume =  31,064.53515625 Cylinder Volume =  31,064.54 cubic centimeters #4:?? Hope this helps!

DebbyDinardi769

V=(πr²)h  1. C or 90pi 2. 243pi 3. 9,893.16406pi or 31,064.53515625 4.  1934x125 = 241,750 to find diameter 241,750 ÷ 2 = 120,875 to find radius 120,875 x 120,875 = 14,610,765,625 radius squared 5,734,725,507,812.5 Let me know if these answers were correct, and I hope everything goes well!

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