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https://vle.mathswatch.co.uk/images/questions/question1232.png

 Apr 21, 2020
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480 cm3

 Apr 21, 2020
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may you plz help me on ths solution 

https://vle.mathswatch.co.uk/images/questions/question1235.png

 Apr 21, 2020
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yea... i have no idea how to do it :/

TacoBell  Apr 21, 2020
edited by TacoBell  Apr 21, 2020
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Volume of cylinder = pi r^2 h          r = 100 cm  h = 250 cm  (but it isonly 1/2 full , so we will use 125 cm for h)

         pi (100)^2 (125) = 3926990.8 cm^3

 

1 l = 1000 cm ^3   so divide by 1000 to get liters  = 3926.99 ~~ 3927 l

ElectricPavlov  Apr 21, 2020
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hmmm good to know

TacoBell  Apr 21, 2020

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