Question about Hotpoint HTS16HBR Top Freezer Refrigerator

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

Posted on Jul 06, 2010

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

You give only two values for the dimensions, so it must be a cylinder with a radius r=230/2 mm= 115 mm= 11.5 cm

and a height of h= 450 mm =45 cm

The volume for your right circular cylinder is V=PI*(r^2)*h=PI*(11.5^2)*45 cm^3=?

Divide the result by 1000 to convert the volume to liters (1 L =1000 mL=1000 cm^3)

and a height of h= 450 mm =45 cm

The volume for your right circular cylinder is V=PI*(r^2)*h=PI*(11.5^2)*45 cm^3=?

Divide the result by 1000 to convert the volume to liters (1 L =1000 mL=1000 cm^3)

Jul 03, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Volume of right cylinder is

V=(Area of base)*height.

If cylinder is circular Area of base =PI*radius^2=Pi*r^2

Volume is**V=Pi*(8^2)*6 cm^2**

Finish the calculation.

V=(Area of base)*height.

If cylinder is circular Area of base =PI*radius^2=Pi*r^2

Volume is

Finish the calculation.

Jun 28, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Volume of right cylinder is

V=(Area of base)*height.

If cylinder is circular Area of base =PI*radius^2=Pi*r^2

Volume is**V=Pi*(8^2)*6 cm^2**

Finish the calculation.

V=(Area of base)*height.

If cylinder is circular Area of base =PI*radius^2=Pi*r^2

Volume is

Finish the calculation.

Jun 28, 2014 | Casio MS-80TE Calculator

To make it easier for you below are the figures for the

Radius= 11.5 inches

Height = 17 inches.

Now use the formula above to calculate it.

For the

Radius = 0.25 inches

Height = 0.5

Use the same formula above for jelly bean as well.

Once you have both figures,

AND VOILA, you have the amount of jelly beans in a jar (Round the figure out)

Cheers!

Apr 28, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

About 1700 cubic feet.

Since you know the circumference, calculate the diameter by dividing it by pi.

Since you know the circumference, calculate the diameter by dividing it by pi.

Feb 17, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

The formula to find the volume of right prisms and right cylinders is

**Volume=(area of base)*height**

If the cylinder has a**circular base,** then the area of the base is PI*R^2

and the volume is Pi*(R^2)*H.

Here R is measure of the Radius, and H is the measure of the Height. R and H must be expressed in the same unit.

If the cylinder has a

and the volume is Pi*(R^2)*H.

Here R is measure of the Radius, and H is the measure of the Height. R and H must be expressed in the same unit.

Jan 26, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

When you have to deal with problems of this sort, you usually are given recipes or mathematical formulas which you apply to find the result. It so happens that for the volumes of cylinders, the formula to use is

Volume = Area of the base times the height=Ab*h

If the cylinder is circular, then the area of the base is that of a disk, Ab=PI*r^2`where r is the radius.

In your case, you are given the diameter (twice the radius) and the height.

Volume =PI*h*(6.2/2)^2, the unit being cm^2

To type in the value of PI, press [2nd] [^] (the latter is key under CLEAR, and above the division sign.

To raise a number to power 2 (to square it), use the key marked x with a superscript 2, or x with a raised 2.

After you have typed in all necessary ingredients in the formula, press the [ENTER] key and the calculator will give you the result.

Now, it is your turn to do some mathematics.

Volume = Area of the base times the height=Ab*h

If the cylinder is circular, then the area of the base is that of a disk, Ab=PI*r^2`where r is the radius.

In your case, you are given the diameter (twice the radius) and the height.

Volume =PI*h*(6.2/2)^2, the unit being cm^2

To type in the value of PI, press [2nd] [^] (the latter is key under CLEAR, and above the division sign.

To raise a number to power 2 (to square it), use the key marked x with a superscript 2, or x with a raised 2.

After you have typed in all necessary ingredients in the formula, press the [ENTER] key and the calculator will give you the result.

Now, it is your turn to do some mathematics.

Jun 16, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

if container is a cylinder, then formula is pi x radius^2 x height
pi x (18.25)^2 x 61 = 63827.15 cm^3

Feb 27, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

A pipe can be seen as two cylinders, one of "air" sitting inside the other, in this case lead.

To get the volume of a pipe you thus subtract the volume of the "air" cylinder from that of the lead cylinder.

Volume of a cylinder = area of circular cross section (or pi times square of the radius) times the height (or length) => ? * r2 * h

Volume of a pipe = Volume of cylinder 1 (outer diameter) - volume of cylinder 2 (inner diameter).

In this case; Volume of outer cylinder => inner diameter 1/2" (0.5") + pipe thickness 1/4" (0.25") = 3/4" (0.75") divided by 2 to get radius = 0.375".

3.14 (?) * 0.375 * 0.375 * 120(10 feet) = 53.01438 in3

Volume of inner cylinder => inner diameter 1/2" (0.5") divided by 2 to get radius = 0.25".

3.14 (?) * 0.25 * 0.25 * 120(10 feet) = 23.56194 in3

Volume of lead in this pipe = 53.01438 - 23.56194 = 29.45244 in3

Hope this helps ;)

To get the volume of a pipe you thus subtract the volume of the "air" cylinder from that of the lead cylinder.

Volume of a cylinder = area of circular cross section (or pi times square of the radius) times the height (or length) => ? * r2 * h

Volume of a pipe = Volume of cylinder 1 (outer diameter) - volume of cylinder 2 (inner diameter).

In this case; Volume of outer cylinder => inner diameter 1/2" (0.5") + pipe thickness 1/4" (0.25") = 3/4" (0.75") divided by 2 to get radius = 0.375".

3.14 (?) * 0.375 * 0.375 * 120(10 feet) = 53.01438 in3

Volume of inner cylinder => inner diameter 1/2" (0.5") divided by 2 to get radius = 0.25".

3.14 (?) * 0.25 * 0.25 * 120(10 feet) = 23.56194 in3

Volume of lead in this pipe = 53.01438 - 23.56194 = 29.45244 in3

Hope this helps ;)

Jan 27, 2011 | Computers & Internet

Calculate the volume of one 55 gallon drum by using this formula

22/7 X Radius squared X hight of cylinder = Volume of large vessel.

22/7 X 48" (Squared) X 24" = Volume in cu in

100.57 cu ft in large pool = 752.315 US gals.

110% of 50 gals = 60.50 gals

752.315 divided by 60.5 = 12.43 drums

Draw to scale the large poola nd then draw to scale the smaller drums and see if 13 drums fit.

22/7 X Radius squared X hight of cylinder = Volume of large vessel.

22/7 X 48" (Squared) X 24" = Volume in cu in

100.57 cu ft in large pool = 752.315 US gals.

110% of 50 gals = 60.50 gals

752.315 divided by 60.5 = 12.43 drums

Draw to scale the large poola nd then draw to scale the smaller drums and see if 13 drums fit.

Feb 24, 2010 | RTO Automatic Transmission And Engine Oil...

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