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1. Each coin in the treasure chest has a radius of 1 inch and a height of 0.0625 inches. If there are 200 coins in the chest, what is the volume of all of the coins? 2.If the dimensions of coins doubled, what would be the new volume of the coins? 3. What percent of the original volume is the volume of the bigger coin?

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  1. anonymous
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    @Peaches15 Each coin has the shape of a cylinder right?

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    @enchanted_bubbles @ganeshie8 @campbell_st @heretohelpalways @whpalmer4 @queen-of-tokyo @queenofnothing @whatnow @aaronq

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    1. Volume of a cylinder\[\pi(r ^{2})h\]. Use 3.14 for pie and input the rest. Take that answer and multiply it by 200 to find the total volume of the coins. 2. Use the same formula but change the height to .125 and the radius to 2. Complete the formula again and multiply by 200. 3. 12.5%

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    @whatnow ty

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    @emmigrace222 @enchanted_bubbles @Elsa213

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    @Peaches15 ty 4 the help

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    @AliceCullen @warpedkitten @enchanted_bubbles @enchanted_bubbles @whpalmer4 @Elsa213 @RedNeckOutLaw

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    @markaskingalexandria1

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    I have no clue....

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    i have no clue im sorry

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    I wanna help but i don't wanna give you the wrong information....

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