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The dimensions of the smaller cylinder are two-thirds of the dimensions of the larger cylinder. The volume of the larger cylinder is 2160π cm3. Find the volume of the smaller cylinder.

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    in few minutes i am going back to class right away

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    do you mean all dimensions as in height and radius?

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    umm yea

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    I need to go to my class right now so bye

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    ok the Pi is constant so you look at the rest of the volume term r^2*h. If r and h are 2/3 as big the volume will reduce to (2/3)^2*(2/3)=8/27 times the original size. 8/27*2160*Pi=640*Pi

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    bye

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