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Homework Help: math

Posted by Jeremie on Monday, December 10, 2012 at 10:05am.

Beer cans are right circular cylinders. My Mathematical Mead, my Polynomial Pilsner, and my Square-Root Stout cans from the Schmidt Brewery, have dimensional units called "brewskies". Using the zero product rule, they have a volume (in cubic brewskies) equal to a solution of the function:
f(x)=-24πx+3x+x-72π (where π=pi).
The height divided by the radius of my beer can is equal to the solution of :
(2k+3)^+(k+1)^=5.
Do not round π while finding the volume, diameter, and height of my beer can.

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