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break the shape to two cylinder cone
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ok
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find the volume of each one using the formula
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bwh?
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\[V=(\pi)(r ^{2})(h)\] for cylinder
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\[V=(1/3)(\pi)(r ^{2})(h)\] for cone
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these equations have different r and h
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136π ft3 ???
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i did a rapid estimation and that is too big if you take the whole thing as a cylinder you would get 38(pi) ft3
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okay, thats not the final answer though.
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well you got four choices and three of them is higher than 38 pi
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ohhhh so 34!
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