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stock pot volume question-maths

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Goatmilk2y, 7m agoPosted 2 years, 7 months ago
Anybody good at maths can you please tell me if a stock pot is

29 cm diameter

17 cm deep

how many litres does this work out at?

thanks in advance :)
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Goatmilk2y, 7m agoPosted 2 years, 7 months ago
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unquestioned 2 Likes #1
Multiply one half of the diamterer (the radius) by itself then multiply by pi to find the area then multiply the area by the length or depth in this case. Round it off.

11223 cubic centimetres or 11.2 litres.

That's

Edited By: unquestioned on Jul 16, 2012 12:27
mintcake 1 Like #2
11.2 litres
Goatmilk#3
unquestioned
Multiply one half of the diamterer (the radius) by itself then multiply by pi to find the area then multiply the area by the length or depth in this case. Round it off.

11103 cubic centimetres or 11.1 litres.

That's

Thanks !
unquestioned#4
Goatmilk
unquestioned
Multiply one half of the diamterer (the radius) by itself then multiply by pi to find the area then multiply the area by the length or depth in this case. Round it off.

11103 cubic centimetres or 11.1 litres.

That's

Thanks !

I had to edit because I got the 1st wrong as I didn't put in the correct value of pi :P
Goatmilk 2 Likes #5
unquestioned
Goatmilk
unquestioned
Multiply one half of the diamterer (the radius) by itself then multiply by pi to find the area then multiply the area by the length or depth in this case. Round it off.

11103 cubic centimetres or 11.1 litres.

That's

Thanks !

I had to edit because I got the 1st wrong as I didn't put in the correct value of pi :P

its ok i wont be cooking pie in my stockpot anyway,cheers..
hasj2 1 Like #6
unquestioned
Multiply one half of the diamterer (the radius) by itself then multiply by pi to find the area then multiply the area by the length or depth in this case. Round it off.

11223 cubic centimetres or 11.2 litres.

That's

you sir, blew my mind
Ennui#7
Because. And stock pots are generally cylindrical.

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