The volume for the shape of a cylinder is pi(r)^2xh. Why is this not the same calculation for determining the volume of displacement in the cylinder of an engine?

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The volume for the shape of a cylinder is pi(r)^2xh. Why is this not the same calculation for determining the volume of displacement in the cylinder of an engine?

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It should be the same calculation. Who told you that it isn’t?

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