problem!!

Discussion in 'Mathematics and Physics' started by ahmadleb3, Nov 1, 2006.

Joined:
Feb 26, 2006
Messages:
9
Likes:
0
Location:
Lebanon
Can anybody give that answer for this please ::
Circular bylinder of R=6cm is concentric witht the Z-axis btw z=-3cm & 3cm find the volume.

2. PommieWell-Known MemberMost Helpful Member

Joined:
Mar 18, 2005
Messages:
10,024
Likes:
317
Location:
Brisbane Australia
ONLINE
So, 6cm diameter and 6cm length

Guess that would be 6*6*3.14/4 * 6

Mike.

3. PapabravoWell-Known Member

Joined:
Mar 9, 2006
Messages:
2,889
Likes:
25
Location:
Michigan, USA (GMT-5)
I'm sorry -- what exactly is a bylinder? I couldn't find it in my Funk & Wagnells

Joined:
Jan 12, 1997
Messages:
-
Likes:
0

5. RoffWell-Known Member

Joined:
May 16, 2003
Messages:
7,757
Likes:
89
Location:
Idaho, USA

Try Google - I got several interesting hits.

6. RoffWell-Known Member

Joined:
May 16, 2003
Messages:
7,757
Likes:
89
Location:
Idaho, USA
Why did you divide by 4? He said R=6cm.

7. PapabravoWell-Known Member

Joined:
Mar 9, 2006
Messages:
2,889
Likes:
25
Location:
Michigan, USA (GMT-5)
I was hoping for a reply from the original poster. A vain hope I suppose.

8. PommieWell-Known MemberMost Helpful Member

Joined:
Mar 18, 2005
Messages:
10,024
Likes:
317
Location:
Brisbane Australia
ONLINE
Woops.

Mike.