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# Find Height Of A Cylinder Worksheet

## 8 problems   In 8th Grade, students learn how to find the measures of 3D figures such as cylinders, cones, spheres, and hemispheres when the volume of the figure is given. A cylinder is a 3D shape that has two circular bases of equal size and a curved surface that connects the two bases.

The volume of a cylinder formula is V = πr^2h, where r is the radius of the circular base and h is the height of the cylinder. Math teachers can provide “Find height of a cylinder worksheet” to their students. This worksheet includes a variety of problems that require students to calculate the height of a cylinder using the given information, such as the radius or diameter and volume of the cylinder.

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To solve this worksheet, students need to identify the radius or diameter from the given figure and then substitute the values of volume and radius in the formula V = πr^2h. For example, if the radius of a cylinder is 4 units and the volume of the cylinder is 80π cubic units, then the formula V = πr^2h becomes 80π= π(4)^2h. On further simplification, it becomes 80π= 16πh and after dividing both sides by 16π the final result is 5=h. Therefore, the height of the cylinder is 5 units.

To solve this worksheet, students need to identify the radius or diameter from the given figure and then substitute the values of volume and radius in the formula V = πr^2h. For example, if the radius of a cylinder is 4 units and the volume of the cylind...

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