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An Engineer is designing a bolt to fit a new machine. The bolt was the shape of a hexagon with a cymetrical hole in its center. The greatest distance across the bolt is 1.25cm, and the depth of 0.5cm. The diameter of the whole is 0.75cm while each side of the bolt has a length of 0.625. The area of the base of a hexogonal solid with these dimensions, withought the whole, is given by the formula A= 0.5(0.54), where p is the perimeter of the hexagon. What volume of the meter to the nearest hundreth cubic centimeters. will be required to make the bolt

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