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The volume of a cylinder is 24 ft3. The volume of a cube is 54 ft3. What is the difference between the volume of a cone that fits exactly inside the cylinder and the volume of a pyramid that fits exactly inside the cube? Provide an explanation for your answer to receive full credit.

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    idk stop using my name XD

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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/54755aafe4b060295e938290

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    what he said

  11. anonymous
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    oh thats easy just using a formula backwards. and using area formula for a cube and a cylinder.

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    wait so you would use area or volume formula?

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    both... they go hand in hand with this equation.

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    im not sure what to do

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    plug in the volume formula for a cylinder and a cube keep them seperate though.

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    that does not make sense to me

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