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10. In cubic meters, how much greater is the volume of a cylinder with height 19 m and a radius 16 m than the volume of a square prism with height 19 m and base 16 m on a side?

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    Vc = pi*r^2 * h = 3.14*(16)^2 * 19 =
    15,273m^3 = volume of cylinder.

    Vp = Ab^2*h = (16)^2 * 19 = 4864m^3 =
    volume of prism.

    Vc - Vp = 15,273 - 4864 = 10,409m^3.

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