Find the exact value of the volume of a can of oil with a diameter 10 centimeters and height of 14 centimeters. Include correct units with your solution. Use "pi" in place of the pi symbol.

Volume of a cylinder = (pi)(r²)(h)

Radius is half of the diameter

- if the diameter is 10, then the radius is 5

V = (pi)(r²)(h) {formula for volume of a cylinder}

= (pi)(5²)(14) {substituted given information into formula}

= pi(25)(14) {squared the 5 to get 25}

=

**350(pi)cm³** {multiplied 25 by 14 and left π as "pi" throughout the problem, volume is cubed}

*- Algebra House*
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