MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# A cylinder has a radius of 4 feet and a height of 3 feet. What is the volume of the cylinder to the nearest tenth 3. Use 3.14 to approximate Ο

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A:

Hello!

We must use a certain formula to find the volume of a cylinder. The formula is:

V = pi Γ r^2 Γ h

Pi = Approximately 3.14

Radius = 4 ft

Height = 3 ft

Use the formula to solve for the volume of this cylinder.

Substitute:

V = 3.14 Γ 4^2 Γ h

V = 50.24 Γ 3

V = 150.72

Round to the nearest tenth.

ANSWER:

The volume of the cylinder, to the nearest tenth, is 150.72 cubic feet.

**Volume is ALWAYS cubed, so put a small 3 just above the end of "feet" to indicate that it is cubed.

We must use a certain formula to find the volume of a cylinder. The formula is:

V = pi Γ r^2 Γ h

Pi = Approximately 3.14

Radius = 4 ft

Height = 3 ft

Use the formula to solve for the volume of this cylinder.

Substitute:

V = 3.14 Γ 4^2 Γ h

V = 50.24 Γ 3

V = 150.72

Round to the nearest tenth.

ANSWER:

The volume of the cylinder, to the nearest tenth, is 150.72 cubic feet.

**Volume is ALWAYS cubed, so put a small 3 just above the end of "feet" to indicate that it is cubed.