Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by MrDeranged, Jul 17, 2016.
How do you find the height of a 3 d object such as a triangle or a cylinder
In the case of a cylinder, one or several of the following data must be provided: the total area/lateral area and the circumference/area of the base or the area of the base and the volume. Ex: provided the circumference of the base=10π inches, and the lateral area=50π inches², the equation can be written as 50π ÷ 10π=5 inches.
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