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anonymous

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I need help with determing the volume of the shaded region of a cylinder and rounding to the nearest hundreths

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  1. anonymous
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    inner diameter is 1m outer diameter is 3m and the hieght is 5m

  2. anonymous
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    Use \[volume=\pi\times(a^2-b^2)\times h\] where a=outer radius and b=inner radius and h=height

  3. amistre64
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    without knowing the region thats shaded, thats the best answer ....

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