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In this section, we will look at questions on volume of cylinders.We will learn how to do that from the nets of the cylinders, and with its diameter and length.

Basic Concepts: Nets of 3-dimensional shapes, Introduction to volume, Circles and circumference , Areas and sectors of circles

Related Concepts: Conversions involve squares and cubic, Surface area and volume of cylinders, Surface area and volume of cones, Surface area and volume of spheres

- 1.Find the volume.a)

b)

- 2.Which cylinder has a larger volume?

- 3.A water pipe has a volume of 600 cm³ and a diameter of 20 cm. What is the length of the pipe?

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Volume of 3-dimensional figures

8.1

Introduction to volume

8.2

Volume of prisms

8.3

Volume of cylinders

8.4

Word problems relating volume of prisms and cylinders

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