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Question 92 (i)

Radius of a cylinder is r and the height is h. Find the change in the volume if the height is doubled.


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Volume of a cylinder =πr2h
where, h is height and r is radius of base of the cylinder.
i) If height is double i.e. h=2×h=2h
Then, its volume =πr2×2h
=2πr2h

Therefore, Volume became twice the original volume of the cylinder.

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