What Is the Volume of 6 Inch in Diameter Pipe 12 Inches Long Long?

Answer

The pipe can be considered as the cylinder. The volume of the cylinder is the product of pi(3.1416), square of radius (which in this case is 9) and the height (equal to 12). Therefore the volume of this pipe is 339.3 cubic inches.
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24 inches diameter = 0.6096 metre diameter. So volume = pi*r. 2. *h = 3.502 metres. 3.
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The volume of a cylinder shape is equal to pi
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For a sphere, V = (4/3) * pi * radius^3. Diameter is 6, so radius is 3. V = 4/3*pi*3^3. = 4/3*pi*27. = 36*pi. B is the correct answer. This list of formulae should be helpful. Source
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C=πd=3.14*12.6=39.564 inches
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