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y=1/3ðr^2h
sole for h

can you give me the step and explain

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    to clarify that o looking thing is supposed to be pie or pi

    and it is solve not sole

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    Divide both sides by 1/3 pi r^2

    3y/(pi r^2) = h

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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