# Plz solve i have exam tommorow

Dear Student,
I will be answering only the first part of question number 2. For the remaining questions, kindly post them in another thread.
Following is the way to find the volume of a right circular cylinder.
The volume of a right circular cylinder is nothing but the measurement of space within the cylinder.
A right circular cylinder consists of a base area of a circle and a height which is perpendicular to that base area.
Thus the volume would be given as ${\mathrm{\pi r}}^{2}*\mathrm{h}$. Now we know that r=d/2.
On substituting this, we get,
Volume Of Right Circular Cylinder(in terms of diameter)= $\frac{{\mathrm{\pi d}}^{2}\mathrm{h}}{4}$
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