# Volume of a partial right cylinder Calculator

## Calculates the volume and lateral, bottom and top area of a overturned partial right cylinder given the radius and height. | ||

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- Purpose of use
- To calculate various volumes
- Bug report
- The calculations for the Volume of a partial right cylinder appear to be correct, however, the formulae given for the Lateral Area (F) and the Top Area (T), I believe, are missing a radius term, and should be h(2r-h) under the square root (radicand) on both of them. Great site though, thanks for setting it up.

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- Purpose of use
- Quick calculation
- Comment/Request
- Just a comment on the previous 'bug report', with radius=height=length=1 the volume should indeed be pi/2. The previous user was confusing the radius and diameter. With height=2 the volume = pi

- Purpose of use
- curiosity about mathematics
- Bug report
- With radius 1, height 1 and length 1

lateral area and volume should be 3.1416 and NOT 1.5707 !!

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