Home

Welcome to OnlineConversion.com

maths rules needed for volume problem?
 

maths rules needed for volume problem?
by Heidi on 08/23/05 at 16:05:30

??? The conversion tables are great but the maths rules would be helpful.   I need to work out : I need a round container to take 200 litre water; with a 560mm diameter what should the height be?


Re: maths rules needed for volume problem?
by Robert Fogt on 08/24/05 at 14:32:03

An area of a circle with a 560 mm diameter would have a surface area of 246,300.86404143978 square millimeters

We also know 200 liter = 200,000,000 cubic millimeter

200,000,000 cubic millimeter / 246,300.864 square millimeters = 812.015 millimeters

So you need a container 812 millimeters tall


Go Back | Archive Index


 

Did you find us useful?

Please consider supporting the site with a small donation.

click here for more information

 


BookMark Us

It may come in handy.

Check out our Conversion Software for Windows.

Can't find something?
Try searching.

Are you bored?
Try the Fun Stuff.

Was this site helpful?
Link to Us | Donate