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Answerthisnow

  • 2 years ago

Help please

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  1. Wolfboy
    • 2 years ago
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    Didn't we just answer this for you and it was 20.1

  2. precal
    • 2 years ago
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    use pythagorean thm a^2+b^2=c^2

  3. Wolfboy
    • 2 years ago
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    Yea we just answered this

  4. Answerthisnow
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  5. Mertsj
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    9^2+18^2= diagonal^2 81+324=diagonal^2 405=diagonal^2 20.1246118=diagonal

  6. Answerthisnow
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    hold on my God...

  7. Wolfboy
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    Lol

  8. Answerthisnow
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    i wasn't spamming i just kept putting the wrong picture...

  9. Wolfboy
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    ok np

  10. Wolfboy
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    Well first find the volume of the smaller cylinder.

  11. Answerthisnow
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    199.629

  12. Wolfboy
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    So Take the dinameter of the cylinder divide it by two and do r squared

  13. Answerthisnow
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    533.403

  14. Answerthisnow
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    original and the new can.

  15. Wolfboy
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    ok so is that the volume of the can

  16. Wolfboy
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    or the rea of the cirlces

  17. Wolfboy
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    *area

  18. Answerthisnow
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    volume of both circles

  19. Answerthisnow
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    i mean..

  20. Answerthisnow
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    cylinders

  21. Answerthisnow
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    Sorry im kinda sick atm xP

  22. Wolfboy
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    np. So since you are trying to find how much more the new can hold deduct the volume of the smaller can from the larger can

  23. Answerthisnow
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    Oh wait the answer is C :D

  24. Wolfboy
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    YOUR WELCOME XD

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