7TH GRADE MATH
posted by Daniel .
If the radius of a cylinder is 1.8 meters and its height is 7 meters, the volume of the cylinder is approximately 71.2 cubic meters...true or false
I say false because shouldn't it be 71.2 cubic 3?
Am I correct?

7TH GRADE MATH 
Ms. Sue
It's true. The volume is 71.2 cubic meters. You can also express it as 71.2 meters cubed.
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