Or you can use the cylinder's diameter: Multiply the diameter by π, or 3.14. The result is the cylinder's circumference. More ...
The cubic volume of a cylinder is found by multiplying the radius times the radius times pi times the height. Find the radius and height. If the diameter is known then divide the diameter by 2 to get the radius. The radius and height should be in yards, if you have other measurements convert to yards.
Formula. The formula to calculate the diameter of a cylinder is derived from the formula used to find the volume of a cylinder as follows: As we know, Volume (V) = πr 2 h. Rearranging the above equation in terms of r, we get. => r 2 = V/πh. => r = √V/πh. Multiplying both sides of the equation by 2, we get. => 2 × r = 2√V/πh.
r = √(V / π h) Where, r = Radius of Cylinder V = Volume of Cylinder h = Height of the Cylinder Example: Calculate radius of cylinder in which the volume and height of 1000 mm 3 and 50 mm?
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