# Help me pls i need it now : how much water is in a cylindrical tin can with a radius of 7cm and a height of 20cm if its only a quarter full ?

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Volume of cylinder: V = π r² h

Water in the cylindrical tin = quarter full or 1/4 of the volume of the the tin

π = 3.14

radius = 7 cm

height = 20 cm

Equation: Volume of Water = 1/4 (π r² h)

= 1/4 (3.14 x 7² x 20)

= 1/4 (3.14 x 49 x 20)

= 1/4 (3,077.20)

= 769.3 cubic cm.

Water in the cylindrical tin = quarter full or 1/4 of the volume of the the tin

π = 3.14

radius = 7 cm

height = 20 cm

Equation: Volume of Water = 1/4 (π r² h)

= 1/4 (3.14 x 7² x 20)

= 1/4 (3.14 x 49 x 20)

= 1/4 (3,077.20)

= 769.3 cubic cm.