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Isabelle made a cylindrical hat for a costume. If the hat is 339 cubic inches and a diameter of 6 inches, what is the approximate height of the hat? Use 3 for pi.

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    @timo86m

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    please.

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    339=pi r^2*h 339=3*3^2*h solve for h

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    hmm.alright.

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    Approximately 4.18?

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    Yes:) thank you.

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    h = 12.555555

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    http://www.algebrahelp.com/calculators/equation/calc.do?equation=339%3D3*27*h&solvf=h

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    Is the website right?or you?

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    I will go ahead and post my next q.

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    339=3*3^2*h is h=339/(3*3^2)

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    1017 in^3 ?

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    ooooh. u were right.

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    it IS 12.5

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    i did 339/27. it was right. thanks,

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    yup :)

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