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Cylinder A has a volume of 360 cm3. Cylinder B has a base and height identical to that of cylinder B, but leans to the right in such a way that its slant length is greater by 4 cm. What is the volume of cylinder B?

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  1. anonymous
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    it remains the same since the height and base are identical. no change in height or base the volume remains the same

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    thanks

  3. anonymous
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    no prob!

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