A cylinder is measured and found to be 27 m long and 33 m in diameter.
The volume of a cylinder is where R is the radius and L is the length.
I used the volume formula: V = pi(R^2)(L).....Is this the correct formula for this question?
#1 What is the radius of the cylinder?
I found the radius to be 33/2. Is this correct?
#2 What is the volume of the cylinder in m^3?
I found the volume to be 23081.355 m^3...Is this correct?
How do I convert this volume to cm^2
Yes. I've made a tiny mistake: The coefficient which converts m³ into cm³ actually is:
Also, how did you getI used as many digits as my calculator uses: and then rounded the final result to 3 digits.23093.622 m^3 for the volume using 3.14 for pi? If you did not use 3.14 for pi, which value of pi did you use?