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Is finding volume of 2d cylinders (E: V=pi(112) x 4) doable on this?

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There is no such thing as a 2d cylinder because it is a three dimensional object. V=pi(radius2)height is the cylinder volume formula, base*height is the rectangle area formula, and the rectangle is the closest thing to a 2d cylinder.

JoshSulentic  Mar 9, 2017
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There is no such thing as a 2d cylinder because it is a three dimensional object. V=pi(radius2)height is the cylinder volume formula, base*height is the rectangle area formula, and the rectangle is the closest thing to a 2d cylinder.  But it is possible to insert these equations, but you may need to use your keyboard on your device.

JoshSulentic  Mar 9, 2017

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