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Farmer Fred stores grain in a cylinder shaped container that has a radius of 10 feet and a height of 25 feet. It doubles the radius and height to make more room for grain the volume is...

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2^3
tripled,as a cylinder is 3d?
for volume, it's ^3, for area, it's ^2

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oh,mk
so tripled?
no. the volume would be 8 times the original
2 x 2 x 2 = 8
oh. so... doubled
8 times the original...
quadr???!
8 times the original...
oooh.
mk thanks ari! ill leave u alone now.
lol no problem
do you want me to draw the picture?
if you may.
alright, i'll try. i don't like cylinders though. or at least, they don't like me
lolll:)
if u cant its ok
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thanks! ur rachel-free !
and now you're ari-free
i think being rachel-free is better
lol. well have a good night :) you don't have any more homework, do you?
nope. /sinks into chair in relief/
have a goodnight too:)

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