v=1/3pi r^2 h
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Originally Posted by LolaRN v=1/3pi r^2 h What are we supposed to do with this? Please give more details, or just post what the original question is asking. --Chris
Sorry, I need to solve for h.
Originally Posted by LolaRN Sorry, I need to solve for h. To solve for h, let us first multiply both sides by 3 to get Now divide by to get Now to isolate h, divide by , and we get what we are looking for: Does this make sense? --Chris
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