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Given the diameter of a circle find the area and circumference D: diameter r: radius 1. pi() A: Area 2. Insert > Object > Equation C: circumference 3. Format cells > number >decimal places d(ft) r(ft) A(ft^2) C(ft) B 1 0.5 0.785 3.142 1.979 2 1 3.142 6.283 3.142 3 1.5 7.069 9.425 4.117 4 2 12.566 12.566 4.987 5 2.5 19.635 15.708 5.787 Given the diameter and height of a cylinder find the volume and surface area D: diameter r: radius 1. incremental numbering (1-10) A: Circular area home tab > series > Collum  C: Circumference > (step value 1 stop value 10)  V: Volume 2. Select superscript item > S: Surface Area right click > format cells >super script h: height 3. Add a \$ befor the letter and number

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Unformatted text preview: for absolute refrencing h(ft) 12 d(ft) r(ft) C(ft) S (ft) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1 0.5 0.79 3.14 9.42 37.70 2 1 3.14 6.28 37.70 75.40 3 1.5 7.07 9.42 84.82 113.10 4 2 12.57 12.57 150.80 150.80 5 2.5 19.63 15.71 235.62 188.50 6 3 28.27 18.85 339.29 226.19 7 3.5 38.48 21.99 461.81 263.89 8 4 50.27 25.13 603.19 301.59 9 4.5 63.62 28.27 763.41 339.29 10 5 78.54 31.42 942.48 376.99 A(ft 2 ) V(ft 3 ) Sphere: r: radius of the sphere, d diameter of the sphere, V = volume equation 1: Circular Cylinder r: radius of the base, h is the height, V = volume equation 2: Tank Equation equation 3 3 3 6 1 3 4 d r V π = = h r V 2 = h r d V 2 3 6 1 + =...
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