# What is circumference of a cylinder?

**circumference**, simply multiply the radius by 2π. So, the

**circumference**can be found by multiplying 3 centimeter (1.2 in) by 2π. 3 centimeter (1.2 in) x 2π = 18.84 centimeter (7.4 in).

People also ask, what is perimeter of a cylinder?

Let h be the height of the **cylinder** and r the radius of the circular top/bottom. If you cut the **cylinder** down one side and roll it out, you have a rectangle. The length of the side is h and the width would be 2pi*r (the **perimeter** of a circle). Therefore, the **perimeter of a cylinder** is 2pi*r + 2h.

One may also ask, what is the height of the cylinder? The reason we are looking at the volume formula is because we can manipulate this formula to derive a formula for the **height** of a **cylinder**. Where V is the volume of the **cylinder** and r is the radius of the circular bases of the **cylinder**; so the **height** of a **cylinder** is equal to the volume of the **cylinder** divided by πr2.

In respect to this, how do you find the volume of a cylinder with the circumference and height?

You can use the formula for **circumference** 'Circumerence(c) ' to **find** the radius. You then want to **find** the cross sectional area of the **cylinder** using and multiply that by the **height**(h) gives you the **volume**. If you want to be able to just plug in the **circumference and height** of a **cylinder** the formula is.

What is the formula for area?

Area is measured in square units such as square inches, square feet or square meters. To find the area of a rectangle, multiply the **length** by the width. The formula is: A = L * W where A is the area, L is the **length**, W is the width, and * means multiply.