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4 November, 18:54

What is the height of a cylinder with a volume of 315pi cubic meters and a radius of 6meters

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  1. 4 November, 19:33
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    Answer 8.75 meters

    Step-by-step explanation:

    the volume of a cylinder is the area of the circular base times the height of the cylinder:

    V = pi r^2 h

    You know V = 315pi and r = 6 so substitute these values into the formula:

    315pi = pi 6^2 h now solve for h by dividing both sides by 6^2 pi (or 36pi)

    8.75 = h pi cancels, 315:36=8.75
  2. 4 November, 20:28
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    Step-by-step explanation:

    volume of a cylinder=πr²h

    π*6²*h=315 π

    h=315/36=105/12=35/4=8.75 meters
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