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find the volume of a cylinder with a diameter of 16mm and a height of 5.7. A.2,292mm^3 . . . 4,584mm^3(i think its this one) . . . 689mm^3 . . . . 1,146 (but i also got an answer close to this but the tens place was 5)

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3.14 * 8^2 * 5.7 = 1145.47

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thank you (:

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B 297
C 216
B 8491
D 1146
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Thanks Ye

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4/4 100% correct thanks Ye

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Thanks Ye!

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Thanks guys remember don't cheat but thanks anyway lifesavers

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