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finding the radius of cylinder

how do i find the radius of a cylinder when i have the measurements of the volume and the height ?

so i'll try to explain it as best as i can . So the formula for cylinder is V=pie(r)(h) . If we know the volume we write the voulume equals the pie (r) and sub in the height given and then solve it . i hope that makes sense
divide the height multiply by pie itself and also divide it by the volume . if it doesnt make sense tell me i will attach a pic
You take the formula V=(pi)(r^2)(h) and isolate the radius. So first you divide the volume by pi, then by the height then you get the square root of that and you're left with the value of the radius.
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