# What happens to the volume of a cylinder when the height is tripled?

### Table of Contents

- What happens to the volume of a cylinder when the height is tripled?
- How does doubling the height of a cylinder affect the volume?
- How is the volume of the cylinder affected if the height of the cylinder is multiplied by 3 and the radius is multiplied by 2?
- What happens when you double the height?
- What happens if you triple the radius of a cylinder?
- What happens to the volume of a cylinder when the diameter is doubled?
- What is the relationship between volume and height?
- What is the relationship between height and volume of a cylinder?
- What is the height of the cylinder?
- What happens to volume when all dimensions are doubled?
- What happens when the height of a cylinder is tripled?
- What happens to the volume of a cylinder if the radius is doubled?
- What happens to the volume when the height is doubled?
- What happens when you change the dimensions of a cylinder?

### What happens to the volume of a cylinder when the height is tripled?

Volume of cylinder is proportional to the square of radius of the cylinder. If radius is tripled then volume **becomes 9 times**.

### How does doubling the height of a cylinder affect the volume?

So, from equation 1 we can see that vol of cylinder is directly proportional to the square of the **radius of** the cylinder . So, on doubling the radius the volume will increase by 4 times . ... So, on doubling the height the volume will also get doubled .

### How is the volume of the cylinder affected if the height of the cylinder is multiplied by 3 and the radius is multiplied by 2?

(3) We have to find how many times larger is the volume of a cylinder if the radius is multiplied by 3. where, **r = radius** of a cylinder and h = height of the cylinder. This means that the volume of a cylinder will be 9 times larger if the radius is multiplied by 3.

### What happens when you double the height?

**If the length of the sides becomes double** so does the height. As base and height are becoming double the new area is 4 times the original area. When the length of the sides of a triangle double, the area becomes quadruple. ... Then We will assume that c is the base and h is the height.

### What happens if you triple the radius of a cylinder?

Answer: It will **become nine times of the original volume**.

### What happens to the volume of a cylinder when the diameter is doubled?

**V = (pi)r2h** is the formula for the volume of a cylinder. The formula becomes V = (pi)(2r)2h if the radius is doubled and the height remains the same. V = 4(pi)r2h after simplifying. The volume increases 4 times since the resulting equation is 4 times the original equation.

### What is the relationship between volume and height?

The volume of the prism is the area of the base times the height. So to calculate height, **divide the volume of a prism by its base area**. For this example, the volume of the prism is 500 and its base area is 50.

### What is the relationship between height and volume of a cylinder?

The formula for the volume of a cylinder is V=Bh or **V=πr2h** . The radius of the cylinder is 8 cm and the height is 15 cm. Substitute 8 for r and 15 for h in the formula V=πr2h .

### What is the height of the cylinder?

The height h of a cylinder is **the distance between the two bases**. For all the cylinders we will work with here, the sides and the height, h , will be perpendicular to the bases. A cylinder has two circular bases of equal size. The height is the distance between the bases.

### What happens to volume when all dimensions are doubled?

If you double all of the dimensions of a rectangular prism, you create a **similar prism with a scale factor of 2**. The surface area of the similar prism will increase as the square of the scale factor (22 = 4) and the volume will increase as the cube of the scale factor (23 = 8).

### What happens when the height of a cylinder is tripled?

The radius and the height of the cylinder are two separate measurements. When calculating volume, one of them is a square and the other is linear so the answer here could be the volume changes by a factor of 3 (the height is tripled) a factor of 9 (the radius is tripled) or a factor of 27 (3*9 when both are tripled).

### What happens to the volume of a cylinder if the radius is doubled?

The volume is Base x height; the Base area is the same as the formula for a circle - which is proportional to the square of the radius. For example, if you double the radius (or the diameter, or the circumference) of a circle, its area will quadruple. What happens to the surface area of a sphere if its radius is doubled?

### What happens to the volume when the height is doubled?

Assuming that you are talking about volume of cylinder or cone then the volume will double when height is doubled. Keeping in mind the formula Originally Answered: what happens to the volume when the height is doubled and the radius is constant? assuming we can safely limit ourselves to a cylinder or cone (having radius and height)

### What happens when you change the dimensions of a cylinder?

Unlike spheres, cylinders have two dimensions that can change: radius and height. Changing either one of these is likely to also change the surface area and volume, so this time, we need to change just one at a time and see what happens. First, let's start with a cylinder with a radius of 1 meter and a height of 1 meter.