# What is the volume of a cylinder if the diameter of its base is 10 m and the height is 16 m?

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Since the diameter is twice the radius we just divide this in half which is 5m.

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The diameter is always twice the radius so:

10 m=2r

r=5 m

Volume of the cylinder:

V=πr²h

Substitute

V=π(5 m)²(16 m)

V=(16π m)(25 m²)

V=400π m³ or 1,256 m³

Hope this helps =)

10 m=2r

r=5 m

Volume of the cylinder:

V=πr²h

Substitute

V=π(5 m)²(16 m)

V=(16π m)(25 m²)

V=400π m³ or 1,256 m³

Hope this helps =)