The question is find the height of a cylindrical silo that has 1000m3. I have no idea what to do.
There must be some other dimension that you can get. diameter? circumference? Can you actually go to this silo?
on the previous problem i worked out that the same silo has a Curcumfrence of 29.5m and a diameter of 9.39 m
OK, you need to write down two equations then put them side by side:
one is the equation for the circumference of a circle (in terms of its radius); the next is the equation for the volume of a cylinder (also in terms of its radius, and height).
If you knew the radius if a cylinder, and its volume, could you calculate its height?
I know volume is (PI)(r2)(height)
i think curcumference is (PI)(r2) divided by 2
The equation for circumference is (pi)d; where d is the diameter
Also known as C = 2 (pi) (r)
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