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6 July, 18:00

A cylinder has a radius of 10 cm and a height of 8 cm.

What is the volume of the cylinder?

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  1. 6 July, 18:52
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    Volume of cylinder = πr²h

    r = 10cm, h = 8 cm.

    Volume = π*10²*8 = π*100*8 = 800π

    Volume = 800π cm³ or ≈ 800*3.142 ≈ 2513.6

    Volume ≈ 2513.6 cm³
  2. 6 July, 19:22
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    Volume of a cylinder = πr² h

    V = volume

    R = radius

    H = height

    ² = squared

    radius = 10 cm

    Height = 8 cm

    V = π10²*8

    V ≈ 3.14 * 100*8

    V ≈ 2512
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