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a cylindrical metal bar has a base radius of 2cm and a height of 9cm. it is melted down and recast into a tube. Find a side of the cube

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  1. V = pi r^2 h = pi (4)(9) = 113
    s^3 = 113
    s = 4.84 cm

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