# Enter your answer, in terms of π , in the box. m³$ A cylinder that is 2.5 m tall with a radius of 1.5 m What is the exact volume of the cylinder?

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carlosegoTo solve this problem you must apply the procccedure shown below: 1. You must apply the formula or calculate the volume of a cylinder, which is: V=r^2hπ Where r is the radius and h is the height of the cylinder. 2. Therefore, you have: V=(1.5 m)^2(2.5 m)π V=5.62π m^3 The answer is:5.62π m^3