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when an irregular shaped object is placed in a cylindrical vessel of water whose radius is 8 cm, the water rises 6 cm. what is the volume of the rock if it is completely submerged?

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    please post the entire question. Had no idea where the rock came from.

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    this is the entire question. its whats written here.

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    alright then. I guess we can extrapolate into a question asking for the following: volume of rock = volume of water displace. the volume of water displaced is given by, \(V=\pi r^2 h\) where r=8cm, h=6cm in this case. do you need further help?

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    that relation is the volume for a cylindrical shaped object.

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    thanks. i can solve this from here. :))) thanks a lot!

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    you're welcome :)

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