# Volume Of A Quarter

## Volume Of A Quarter

Do I have to calculate the volume of a quarter? 3

Calculate room volume in cm3:

Volume = Thickness x Â ° Â € x Radius 2 Radius = ½ Diameter Â ° = pi = 3.142

A quarter of the thickness is __. 1___________

The diameter of a quarter is ________ 2.5 _____

This means that the radius is _________ 1.25 _____

Volumes = ____. 1_____x 3.142 x 1.25 = 0.39275

Foot Radius Thickness Calculator Screen 2

Volume = 0.4

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I have and I know it's wrong, it hurts a lot, but I don't know what it is.

Volume = thickness x pi x r 2

They forgot to square the radius in their calculations.

Volume = 0.1 cm x 3.142 x 1.25 cm x 1.25 cm = 0.4909 cm 3

This is a good way to check if the units have been multiplied correctly in case of doubt.

## Volume Of A Quarter

Looks like you forgot to square the radius.

Count it as a cylinder. The volume of the cylinder is:

Volume = feet x (radius); 2 x height

= 3.142 x (1.25) 2 x 0.1 = 0.5 cm 3

One last thing, I don't think I have any accuracy. You may have used a ruler marked in millimeters to measure quarters. You are allowed to enter an uncertain number, i. H. You can guess between degrees by entering another number. If your roller is in millimeters, you must be accurate in centimeters.

That should be a difficult task. Multiply the side by side and the top space / its thickness. Now, you really want to say thank you for being part of the circle. Anyway, just multiply the diameter by capacitance pi and that's part of you ... too bad for you if you can't answer again. You no longer put the burden on us to weigh them and distribute the order according to your quantitative capacity

V = also

B = Â € r 2

€ = 3.1416

r = 1.25

r 2 = 1.25 x 1.25 = 1.56

B = Â € r 2 = 1.56 x 3.1414 = 4.9

B = 4.9

h = .1

V = 4.9 x 0.1

V = 0.49

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