**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

To updateI 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.

The correct answer

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.