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chancemorris123

  • one year ago

How does the volume of an oblique cylinder change if the radius is reduced to 2004-06-01-04-00_files/i0440000.jpg of its original size and the height is quadrupled?

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  1. chancemorris123
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  2. Vocaloid
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    old volume = pi*r^2*h new volume = pi*(2/9)*(2/9)*r^2*(4h)

  3. chancemorris123
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    i dont know what to do

  4. Vocaloid
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    new volume = pi*(2/9)*(2/9)*r^2*(4h) = ___*pi*r^2*h fill in the blank

  5. chancemorris123
    • one year ago
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    can i just have the answer?

  6. chancemorris123
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    please i love u

  7. chancemorris123
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    or at least tellme where to get the r and h

  8. Vocaloid
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    you don't need to find r or h, if you look at the answer choices, you can see that you don't need to find their values

  9. Vocaloid
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    hint: pi*(2/9)*(2/9)*r^2*(4h) = (2/9)(2/9)(4) *pi*r^2*h

  10. chancemorris123
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    oh its b i love you

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