Posted by **Jen** on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at 7:32pm.

Beer cans are right circular cylinders. My algebraic ale and logarithmic lager cans, from snide brewery, have dimensional units called brewskis. The have a volume (in cubic brewskis) equal to the solution of the number of grams of radium 226 remaining after 4860 years when the original sample contained 648 pi grams. The height divided by the radius of my beer can is equal to the solution of: log6 W + log6 (w+9)=2. Do not round pi while finding the surface area of my beer can.

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