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Calculate volume of a cylinder height 900mm diameter 450mm

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That would be 3.14159 X 225mm squared X 900mm

or pi X Radus X Radus X height

that =
143,138,694 cubic mm

or 143,139 cubic cm

or 0.143138694 cubic meters

or 8734.859 cubic inch

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