  PRE-ALGEBRA
ALGEBRA 1
GEOMETRY
ALGEBRA 2
TRIGONOMETRY
PRE-CALCULUS
CALCULUS    GEOMETRY, 2008 PAGE: 732 SET: Exercises PROBLEM: 2
Please look in your text book for this problem Statement  The diameter of the base, the diagonal, and the lateral

edge of the cylinder form a right triangle. Use the

Pythagorean Theorem to find the height. (Pythagorean theorem) (Substitute ) (Evaluate powers) (Subtract 64 from each side) (Simplify) (Subtract: ) (Take the square root of each side) Given that diameter of a cylinder(d) = 8 inches.  (Substitute ) (Divide each side by 2) (Cancel common terms) (Divide: ) Volume(V): (Volume of a cylinder) (Substitute ) (Evaluate powers) (Multiply: ) (Substitute ) (Multiply: ) The volume is approximately 753.6 cubic inches. TESTIMONIALS
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