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Angeleyes108

  • one year ago

Find the height of the cylinder? Figure not drawn to scale.

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  1. Angeleyes108
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  2. Angeleyes108
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    I have choices: 2.4, 7.2, 14.4 & 4.8

  3. anonymous
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    271.4=pi(6)^2h

  4. anonymous
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    divide total volume by pi(36) to find h

  5. Angeleyes108
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    So, 2.4

  6. anonymous
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    correct ,do you get it

  7. Angeleyes108
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    Yep. Could I have help on one more? I just need to know if i got the right one of this other one.

  8. anonymous
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    yes

  9. Angeleyes108
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    Find the volume of the composite space figure to the nearest whole number.

  10. Angeleyes108
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    216 cm, 90 cm, 378 cm, 306 cm I say 216 cm

  11. anonymous
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    what formula did you use?

  12. Angeleyes108
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    I just followed steps that i found online. I multiplied them and 2pi and then square rooted.

  13. anonymous
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    ok one second

  14. Angeleyes108
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    Am i wrong or...?

  15. anonymous
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    depends what composite space is lol

  16. anonymous
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    checking

  17. Angeleyes108
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    @jrain35 I have no idea what they mean by Composite space

  18. anonymous
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    ok, it means two or more geometric shapes (stuck) together

  19. anonymous
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    you find the volume of each shape then add them together.

  20. anonymous
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    ah thats easier

  21. anonymous
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    yes

  22. anonymous
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    (8)(3)(5)+(2)(5)(6)

  23. anonymous
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    YES you got it

  24. anonymous
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    AWSOME

  25. Angeleyes108
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    OHHH. I have overthought this WAY too much

  26. anonymous
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    yeah haha

  27. Angeleyes108
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    Thanks :)

  28. anonymous
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    LOL

  29. anonymous
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    no problem

  30. Angeleyes108
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    Hmm, wait a minute. I get 180 but that isnt one of my choices

  31. anonymous
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    ok one moment

  32. anonymous
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    i am stumped to

  33. Angeleyes108
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    Looking over it. I think it's supposed to be divided by 2.

  34. Angeleyes108
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    180/2=90 and 90 is an answer.

  35. anonymous
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    but it's a rectangular prism

  36. Angeleyes108
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    idk....im just gonna guess. One wrong wont kill me

  37. Angeleyes108
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    Thanks though :)

  38. anonymous
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    you welcome

  39. anonymous
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    sorry i could not help

  40. anonymous
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    i am going to fan you thoght

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