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What does the picture say? \(d=6h=15...\) Is there something after that? Or is that just \(15[cm]\)?

It's just 15. =)

You must be in the same class as @catsarecool1995

Anyway, the volume for a cylinder is the area of the circle times the height, so\[V=\pi\ r^2\ h\]

Okay, the volume is 441.78

Now, the volume of the water is \(\frac{1}{3}\) that.

That's 140. =)

I mean 147.

The result should be in terms of pi

Okay!

I agree with Hero.

Alright! Got it now, I got 45ð cm3. Thank you both! =)