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mbma526
 one year ago
Kate wants to fill her triangular container with orange juice. The measurements of her container are: base = 10 cm, height = 10 cm, and length = 20 cm. Is Kate's container large enough to hold 2 liters of juice? Explain your answer. (1 liter = 1,000 cubic centimeters)
mbma526
 one year ago
Kate wants to fill her triangular container with orange juice. The measurements of her container are: base = 10 cm, height = 10 cm, and length = 20 cm. Is Kate's container large enough to hold 2 liters of juice? Explain your answer. (1 liter = 1,000 cubic centimeters)

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Thats_Kyy
 one year ago
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Jacob902
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Yes. It is exactly enough to hold enough as 2 liters. Since they are discussing about the volume that the container could hold, you would use the formula of the container which is Base x Height x Length. Now substitute the lengths Base=10 Height=10 Length=20 Base (10) x Height (10) = 100 100 x 20 (Length) = 2000 2000 = 2liters
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