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A cylinder labeled X has a height of 10 inches and a radius of 15 inches. Another cylinder labeled Y has a height of 40 inches and a radius of 60 inches.
The volume of cylinder Y is _______ times the volume of cylinder X.
The answer is 1.06
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WHY MIGHT YOU THINK THAT YOU'RE WRONG?
I think I'm wrong, because I'm not sure if I used the proper formula...?
Just divide the volume of Y by the volume of X.
Pi x 60 x 60 x 40 / Pi x 15 x 15 x 10.
If the final answer is 1.06 then ur correct.
Y : X = 1.06 : 1
Which, by law of proportions means Y = 1.06 X; try it out
;~; I did get 1.06 previously, I wasn't sure if it was right though.
why not ?
@AravindG somehow i think 1.06 is not right..radius itself is 4 times or something;
D: Because, I just guessed the formula!
If you get it by proper calculation .Why doubt it ?
Oh ok ....Now I gave you the correct formula .Calculate again?
I got 64.
Yes i think Y is 64 times of X's volume..i think its correcto