# Find the volume of the cylinder in terms of pi?

The volume of any object is the capacity of that object which signifies the amount of any material an object can hold.

## Answer: The volume of the cylinder in terms of pi is πr^{2}h.

Let's understand the volume of the cylinder in detail.

**Explanation:**

We know that the volume of a cylinder can be expressed as the capacity of the cylinder which stands for the amount of any material it can hold or we can say that the amount of any material that can be immersed in a cylinder.

The volume of a cylinder can be express as an area of base times its height.

Let's see the figure given below:

Therefore, the volume of the cylinder = (area of base) × height of the cylinder.

Since the base of a cylinder is circular, the formula can be written as:

= (πr^{2}) × h

where, the base radius is ‘r’, and height is ‘h’