Volume of a Cylinder How to Find

the Volume Finding volume is the same thing as finding the area multiplied by the height. So......

as you know to find the area of a circle you go pi multiplied by radius multiplied by radius gives you the area of the base. So to get volume you have to multiply the area of the base by the height. Finding the volume of a cylinder is like finding the area then multiplying by the height. So...as you know to find the area you go Pi multiplied by radius multiplied by the radius. So now do that then multiply that by the height.

The formula to find the area of a circle is pi x r x r=Area of the cicle

So the formula to find the volume of a circle is... pi x r x r x h= Volume Click on the video to below to learn more about volume... How to find the

Volume of a Cylinder How to Find the Volume Here is another example of how to find the volume of a cylinder.... Finding the volume of a cylinder is like finding the area of a circle then multiplying the area of the circle by the height...So...as you know to find the area you go Pi multiplied by raduis multiplied by radius. So now do that then multiply that by the height.

The formula to find the area is pi x r x r =Area

So the formula to find the volume of a cylinder is... pi x r x r x h= volume Here are some examples... Quiz!!! Find the volume of this

cylinder. The answer is.........1243.44cm3 Question #2 The answer is 6280cm3 Question#3 The answer is... 401.92cm3 Find the volume

of this cylinder. Find the Volume

of this cylinder.

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# Volume of a Cylinder

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