MATH SOLVE

9 months ago

Q:
# A cylinder has a radius of 10 m and a height of 8 m.What is the exact volume of the cylinder?18π m³80π m³160π m³800π m³

Accepted Solution

A:

800pi metres³, the last answer.

This is because the formula to use in this situation is pi multiplied by the radius² multiplied by the height.

As pi was not given in this question, you leave it as it is (the sign for pi instead of 3.14 etc)

Therefore, the volume of the cylinder is pi multiplied by 10m² multiplied by 8m, which is equal to 800pi metres³.

This is because the formula to use in this situation is pi multiplied by the radius² multiplied by the height.

As pi was not given in this question, you leave it as it is (the sign for pi instead of 3.14 etc)

Therefore, the volume of the cylinder is pi multiplied by 10m² multiplied by 8m, which is equal to 800pi metres³.