Yantaal
pleaswe i need help, how do you work out the cross sectional area of a cylinder?

HELP QUICKYantaal
pleaswe i need help, how do you work out the cross sectional area of a cylinder?
Yantaal
and also what the heck i an elasticty module
Donutey
>Sigh<... Go reread the chapter and do a couple practice problems. Anyway, good luck.
peaceninja
what's the exact question you are looking at? we can probably help guide you in the right direction if you post the question. i hope nobody actually posts the answer!
dz9c
try math.com or wikipedia. good luck finding impossible answers!
Scorpio
Quite evident that you did not even bother to google it..
I dont think there is any point in helping you when you are not intent on putting any effort into it. Captain Fertile
It appears to tbe the finite amount you can stretch people's patience before it breaks. Good luck anyway. Daniel15
I believe it involves pi and the area of a circle As others have mentioned, if you do some searching around, you'll find it jongoldsz
To get the area in a cross section would be diameter*height.
To get the area of a circle it would be PI * (r * r) To get the volume of use PI * (r * r) * height r= radius Montressor
do you mean modulus? I don't know of an elasticty module, but I have learned of Young's Modulus, the shear modulus, and the bulk modulus in physics, and they offer mathematical formulas to quantify and predict the elasticity of materials... Related topics
