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A cylinder has a height of 6 meters and a radius of 3 meters. What is its volume? Use ​ ≈ 3.14 and round your answer to the nearest hundredth.

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169.56 m³

Step-by-step explanation:

» Concepts

The volume of a cylinder is how much space there is inside the cylinder. The formula to find the volume is πr²h, where r = radius and h = height. Once you get the volume, you have to add <unit>³.

» Application

We are given the radius as three meters and the height as six meters; we also have to use π as 3.14. Now, we just have to plug in these values into the aforementioned formula.

» Solution

- $$3.14*3^3*6$$
- $$3.14*9*6$$
- $$28.26*6$$
- $$169.56$$
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