Pi.z.z.a Maths (cool stuff)


I came across this interesting image and would like to share with all of you.

This is to do with finding volume of a figure (example cylinder).

Volume of cylinder = PI * r^2 * h

r: radius, h: height

In general, to find the volume of a cylinder (or prism) = cross-sectional area * height.

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