Azzuro79 wrote:I know this gonna be easy for you guys lets say we have 2 barrels , A & B ....Barrel A is 49cm long, 60cm Height and 68 cm in diameter while barrel b is 37cm long, 45cm height and 51cm in diameter could u guys help me how to get weight of each barrel in KG.
OK... Lemme se if I'm getting what you are saying correctly. We're dealing wiith a cylinder that is one size at the base, another size at the top, and of a certain height.Anonymous wrote:sorry to create a confusion over here ...i'm wrongly stated the dimension it's actually shud be bucket instead of barrel ...actually i'm asking this question is bcoz i'm curious to know how much is the weight in a KFC bucket cud be...cud u help to find out by referring to my 1st question ...
Knight wrote:Hopefully we're dealing wiith a cylinder that is one size at the base, another size at the top, and of a certain height.
It looks something like this:
For Bucket one, r1 = 34 cm, r2 = 24.5 cm, and h = 60 cm
For Bucket two, r1 = 25.5 cm, r2 = 18.5 cm, and h = 45 cm