Originally Posted by bradedup
Volume of cylinder is [(pi)r^2]*height just assume height is 1 for this example..... if radius is .5 then the volume is .25pi which is ~=.8, if radius is .75 then the volume is ~=1.75. So slightly more than double. If you are talking about 1 versus 1.5 in diameter.
Those numbers are rough mental math numbers tho, so accuracy may vary.
i have no idea whats going on lol
there pretty big