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A regular-size ice cream cup in the shape of a cylinder is completely filled with chocolate ice cream. If the height of the cup is 5 centimeters and the radius is 4.5 centimeters, what is the volume of the cup? http://learn.flvs.net/webdav/educator_geometry_v14/module08/img/08_06b_01_02.jpg

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    the volume of a cylinder is the area of the circle at the ends times the height of the cylinder|dw:1350235750858:dw|

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    can you find the area of the circle?

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    @tjones89 what circle?

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    |dw:1350236089736:dw|

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    @tjones89 pi*r^2?

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    63.585?

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    yes, and once you've found that value, you multiply it by the height of the cylinder to find its volume

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    do you know the formula for the volume of a cylinder????

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    317.925?

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    yes

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    okay, thanks!

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    yw :)

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