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geargiapeach

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Explain how you would find the total volume of the composite figure. In your explanation, identify the names of the solids that make up the composite figure and use general formulas.

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    The following composite solid is made up of the following figures: 1) a rectangle. Volume of rectangle: = \[ length * breadth * height\] 2) a half cylinder/ a semicylinder Volume: = \[(\pi * radius ^{2} * height)/2\] 3) cone volume: \[(\pi * radius ^{2} * height)/3\] I'm not sure of 3, looks like a cone. Figure was inconclusive

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