## Geometry: Common Core (15th Edition)

37.5$\pi$ $m^{3}$; 117.8 $m^{3}$
To find the volume of a cylinder, we simply use the formula V=π$r^{2}$h, where r is the radius of the cylinder and h is the height. **Remember the radius if half the distance of the diameter** We plug in the values for radius and height, as seen in the figure: V=$\pi$$2.5^{2}$(6) We simplify the exponent: V=(6.25)(6)π We multiply: V≈37.5$\pi$=117.8