# SOLUTION: I can't seem to figure this one out. Any help is appreciated. Thank you! The volume of a cylinder (think about the volume of a can) is given by V = &#960;r2h where r is the radi

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Systems-of-equations Question 38216: I can't seem to figure this one out. Any help is appreciated. Thank you! The volume of a cylinder (think about the volume of a can) is given by V = πr2h where r is the radius of the cylinder and h is the height of the cylinder. Suppose the volume of the can is 121 cubic centimeters. a)Write h as a function of r. b)What is the measurement of the height if the radius of the cylinder is 3 centimeters? c)Graph this function. Answer by fractalier(2101)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!If V = 121 = (pi)(r^2)h and we need to write h as a function of r, merely solve for h...thus 121 = (pi)(r^2)h h = 121 / (pi)(r^2) If r = 3 cm, just plug it in and get h = 121 / 9(pi) I cannot graph it here due to the limitations of this interface, but you can start by plotting points, (r, h)...it will be hyperbolic in nature...