• anthony0223990
Assume that the flask shown in the diagram can be modeled as a combination of a sphere and a cylinder. Based on this assumption, what is the volume of the flask? Round the answer to two decimal places.
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  • anonymous
I'm not able to help you much, but what I can easily say is that you should find the volume of both the cylinder and the sphere separately, then add them together at the end.

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