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If the radius of the right circular cylinder is 4 cm and the height is 16 cm and the measure of the central angle of the shaded sector is 45 degrees, what is the volume of the slice of the cylinder that has the 45 degree sector as it top surface

Steve
well, 45° is 1/8 of a circle.
So, the volume is 1/8 of the whole.
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