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Volume of a Cylinder

Volume of a cylinder lesson
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Owen Carroll

on 7 June 2010

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Transcript of Volume of a Cylinder

A lesson on.... How to find... The Volume of a Cylinder!
The Volume of a Cylinder The Volume of a Cylinder!
Oh no! It's math :( Why do I need to know this?
Because this is very useful knowledge if you want to know how much water can fit in a cylinder or you want to know how many cylinder can fit in a space.
Eg. You wanted to know how many cylinders could fit in your room or how much water your cup could hold. So to find the volume of a cylinder you find the area of the cylinder face and then times that by the length of your cylinder and then you get the volume! Example 1 So there are two things you need to figure out the volume of a cylinder and those are.... the radius and the length. But what if you only have the length and the diameter? Well to find the radius all you have to do is divide the diameter by 2 and theres your radius. 10cm 4cm
D=4cm H=10cm R=2cm
2cm Cicumfrence= x r2 radius squared Pie = 3.14 Circumfrence x height = the Volume of the Cylinder! So what is the volume of this cylinder?
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