# TSI Math: Using the Volume Formula for a Cylinder

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What is the volume of a cylinder with a height of 14 cm and a radius of 7 cm? Round to the nearest hundredth.

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and it's going to find the volume of a cylinder

wu We also have a formula for creating power puff

girls but that's another lesson So back to the cylinder

right to find the volume of a cylinder we use

the formula v equals pi r squared h and we

need the value of the radius and the height to

fill it in Luckily the question tells us values of

the radius nights while we have to do is plug

in chug radius is seven centimeters in the highest fourteen

plug Those in we've got v equals pi seven squared

fortin on we just have to solve So seven squared

forty nine forty nine times fourteen in texas is six

eighty six and then we got that times pi is

about three point one four that gets us in about

twenty one fifty five So there we have it One

approximate volume of twenty one fifty five point one three

cubic centimeters That's it The answer is d uh we're

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