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Diameter of Cylinder is 5.76 in

Height of Cylinder is 9.46 in

What is the Volume of Cylinder in Cubic Centimeters?

How can I put this into Dimensional Analysis? Do I have to, or does it convert automatically after you Multiply by (pie) and the Height?

I squared the Radius after finding it by Dividing the Diameter (5.76in) by 2.

I got 2.88in^2
Next I did V = (2.88in^2) x (9.46in)

V = (pi) x (8.2944) x (9.46)

V = 246.5 cm^3

Is this correct or do I still need to convert from inches to Cubic Centimeters?
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Looking for Clarification.
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Looks like you didn’t convert from inches. It’ll be easiest to convert the height and diameter/radius to cm first, then apply the formula for volume.
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You'll need 2.54 cm/1 in * 2.54 cm/1 in * 2.54 cm/1 in as part of converting cubic inches to cm^3
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