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**Volume of a Cylinder = (PI * r2 * h) + (( 4 / 3 ) * PI * r3**

A Hemisphere is a half of a sphere. It is usually divided into northern and southern halves by the equator. The volume of a cylinder with hemispherical ends is calculated by entering the known values for radius and length.

__Examples__:

Calculate the volume of a cylinder with hemispherical ends with the given radius 5 and length 20 cm respectively.

**Volume of a cylinder** = (PI * r2 * h) + (( 4 / 3 ) * PI * r3) = (3.14*52 *20) + ((4/3)* 3.14 *53)

= (3.14*25*20)+((4/3)*3.14*125) = 1570+ 392.5 *4/3 = 1570+523.33 = **2093**