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The volume of a cylinder is V = (pie)r^2h. Find h if =3.14, V = 128, and r = 8 Round to the nearest hundredth.
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The volume of a cylinder is V = (pie)r^2h. Find h if =3.14, V = 128, and r = 8 Round to the nearest hundredth.
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wow this a hard one
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dw:1354920142281:dw
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is this multi choice
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or feel in
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dw:1354920865231:dw can you solve for h now?
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bro im not really good at problems like theses sry
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Herman is making a small triangular table, in the shape of a right triangle. If two of the sides will measure about 25 inches each, how many inches should the longest side (c) measure? Use the appropriate formula and round your answer to the nearest tenth
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25sqrt(2) because the ratio of the sides of an isosceles right triangle is 1:1:sqrt(2)
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