What is the volume of a right circular cylinder with a base diameter of 6 m and a height of 5 m? express you answer using pi

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  • Well the formula to solve for the volume of a right circular cylinder would be, V=πr2h. For the radius, the number inserted into the formula would be half of the diameter measurement. Therefore, the radius would be 3 m. As for the height measurement, the number would remain the same of 5m. Once all figures are applied to the formula: V=π(3^2)(5), the answer could then be rounded either to the tenths or hundredths depending on what your teacher asks for. The answer in the end would come down to approximately 141.37 meters cubed.
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