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10.) What is the volume of the given prism? Round the answer to the nearest tenth of a centimeter. The figure is not drawn to scale.

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    my answer: 541.8 cm^3. Is that correct?

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    11.) Find the volume of the cylinder in terms of pi.

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    my answer: 43.35 pi m^3. Is that correct?

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    @mathstudent55

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    You got the cylinder one right, but it doesn't ask for the answer in terms of pi, it asks in units.

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    Yep you got both of the questions right. Well done!

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    For the rectangular prism\[V = l \times w \times h\] For the cylinder (circular prism)\[V = \pi \times r^2 \times h\]

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    Thank you.

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