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you have a full cylindrical glass of water that stands8inches tall and has a radius of1.5inches.if you pour the water into a larger cylindrical glass that stands12tall and has a radius of2.5inches,howmuchmore water would the larger glass be able to hold?nearest hundredth.

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multiply the height, and the diameter (radius(2)), then subtract the larger glass from the smaller glass.

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