Which is the best approximation for the volume of the cylinder? Use 3.14 for pi. A. 22,200 in3 B. 16,900 in3 C. 4220 in3 D. 1060 in3

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Which is the best approximation for the volume of the cylinder? Use 3.14 for pi. A. 22,200 in3 B. 16,900 in3 C. 4220 in3 D. 1060 in3

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same formula as before. pi*r^2*h
it is the same use r*r*h*pi use your calculator

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Look what i got
The formula for a cylinder is pi h r^2
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Sweet
WAIT A SECOND
Where is the cylinder???
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i got 7056 21*21=441*16
@speartonion The cylinder model please
Guys look ^
We can't verify your answer, as we can't see the cylinder
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FREAKING OPEN STUDY IT WEN PIC WHEN I PUT IT IN THE BOX
ok i'm not getting the answer
i tried it the oppisite way did not work
Well in this problem, they give the diameter, not radius. You have to half the diameter to get the radius
so now i'm getting B
Not quite. Use these values r = 8 h = 21 pi = 3.14
so then its C
yes
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