###### Exercise65

A cylinder’s volume can be calculated by the formula \(V=\pi r^2h\text{,}\) where \(V\) stands for volume, \(r\) for the base radius and \(h\) for the cylinder’s height.

Use the formula to calculate the cylinder’s volume if its base’s radius is \({6\ {\rm m}}\text{,}\) and its height is \({9\ {\rm m}}\text{.}\)

This cylinder’s volume, in terms of \(\pi\text{,}\) is .

This cylinder’s volume, rounded to the hundredth place, is .