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Math Question of the Week (October 22nd)

**For lunch Fanya drank a can of cola that had a diameter of 2 inches and a height of 5 inches. After school, she drank a can of juice that measures twice the diameter and twice the height of the can of cola.**
**Find the volume of each can. **
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**Determine how many times larger the volume of the juice can is than the volume of the cola can.**
**Please use complete sentences to explain how you arrived at your answer. Credit will not be given unless you do.**
**Thanks!!**
it is 14.1

ReplyDeletethe volume of the first volume 15.7 .The volume of the second can is 125.6 It is 8 times larger in volume

ReplyDeletevolume=3.14x1^2x5=15.7.The second can is v=3.14 x2^2x5=125.6,thats about 8 times larger than the other can

ReplyDeleteThank you Matt for taking the time to correct your answer.

Delete125.6 and 8 times bigger

ReplyDelete1.The volume of the cola can is 1*3.14*5=15.7 V=15.7.

ReplyDelete2.The volume of the juice can is 4*3.14*10=125.6 V=125.6.

3. 125.6/15.7=8 So the juice can volume is 8 times larger than the cola can volume.

the volume of a cylinder is pi*radius*height the cola can has a diameter of 2 then the radius is 1 inch the volume would be pi*1*1*5 the juice can has a diameter of 4 inches then the radius is 2inches pi*2*2*10 the can of juice is 8 larger in volume !

ReplyDeleteV=3.14x1 ^2x5=15.7 The second can is V=3.14 x2^2x5=125.6,it's about 8 times bigger than the second can.

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