Volume of Cylinder
The volume of a right circular cylinder is defined as the amount of three dimensional space occupied by the cylinder or the storage capacity of a cylinder. Finding volume of a cylinder help us to solve many real life problems like, how much water can be filled in a cylindrical aluminium can. To calculate the volume of a cylinder, we need radius of base height of cylinder. Volume of a right circular cylinder is measured in cubic units like m3, cm3 etc.
Volume of right circular cylinder = Base area x Height
As base of cylinder is circular, Base Area = ΠR2
Volume of right circular cylinder = [tex]\pi[/tex]R^{2}H
Where 'R' is the radius of the base and 'H' is the height of cylinder.
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