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Homework Help: math

Posted by Phillip on Thursday, February 25, 2010 at 7:21pm.

A cylindrical jar with height 8 inches and diameter 6 inches is filled to 75% capacity with juice. The juice is then poured into another cylindrical container with a 10 inch diameter and height of 4 inches.

a. to what percent of its capacity is the second container filled with juice?

b. a third cylindrical container is such that the entire amount of juice only takes up 27% of the capacity of the container. As a result, what would one pair of possible dimensions be for the diameter and height of this third container?

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