The volume of a right cylinder is found by the formula V equals pi r squared h. Two cylinders both have a height of 10 centimeters. One has a volume of 2009.6 cubic centimeters. The other has a volume of 196.25 cubic centimeters. What is the radius of each cylinder? (Use 3.14 as an approximation of pi.)

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cylinderis a solid that hasthree dimensions, consisting oftwo circular, parallelbasesthat enclose a curved pipe like surface in between.volumeof one cylinder = 2009.6 cubic centimetersheightof each cylinder,h= 10 centimetersV= π·r²·hradiusof the cylinder of volume 2009.6 cubic centimeters, r₁ is therefore;r₁= 8 cmvolumeof acylinderhere: