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2016-02-28T12:14:39+08:00
Π r2 h ÷ 3.. pi times the square of the radius times height divided by three..

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2016-02-28T13:15:35+08:00

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We use this formula:
V=  \frac{\pi r^2h}{3}


For example, we have...
radius (r) = 10 m
height (h) = 25 mV= \frac{(3.14)(10m)^2(25m)}{3}\\V= \frac{7850m^3}{3}\\V=  2616.67m^3


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