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  1. anonymous
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    @hysusonic @tbeneka @gideon737

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    @Loser66

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    whats the question?

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    @camacho01erick

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    @gideon737 click on the link it is a screenshot

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    Okay, well you should know the two equations one for the volume of a cylinder and another for the volume of a cone

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    sorry man i cant help with this one

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    Volume of a cylinder is V=πr2h and volume of a cone is \[V=r ^{2}\frac{ h }{ 3 }\]

  11. anonymous
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    So now you have to plug in your values

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    yes @TobleroneJuses

  13. geerky42
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    |dw:1433877181238:dw|

  14. anonymous
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    Let's start with the cones The height is 4 and the radius is 2. Once we plug the values you should have \[V=2^{2}\frac{ 4 }{ 3 }\]

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    times pi sorry

  16. anonymous
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    So it should equal\[ V=π2 ^{2} \frac{ 4 }{ 3 }\]

  17. anonymous
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    Then you simplify your values *using 3.14 as pi as it suggests in the problem* and what do you get?

  18. anonymous
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    @tbeneka okay is the answer 96.35?

  19. anonymous
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    thats what i got

  20. anonymous
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    did you get that for the whole problem, or just the cone?

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    the whole thing

  22. anonymous
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    ohhh give me 2 seconds lol

  23. anonymous
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    there is two cones and one cylinder

  24. anonymous
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    Okay ya that is I got 96.29 but that could be a calculator rounding thing.

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    what one would be better to use then?

  26. anonymous
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    hmm try 96.29, I didn't round until I got the final answer, but I'm not 100% sure how your teacher wants it. If they usually want it rounded a different way then do that.

  27. anonymous
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    It says round to the nearest tenth of a cubic inch. so 96.3?

  28. anonymous
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    Oh on the screenshot it says hundredth... if hundredth 96.29 if tenth 96.3

  29. anonymous
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    Oh wait nevermind it does say hundredth. @tbeneka Thank you so much you've helped me allot now I can do these ones now. :)

  30. anonymous
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    YAY \(^.^)/ Sooo glad I could help. You better get 100% lol

  31. anonymous
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    lol yay could you help me on like two more questions that im stuck on?

  32. anonymous
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    Ya I'll try my best

  33. anonymous
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    okay ill post them

  34. anonymous
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    kay just tag me then

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