a can of tennis balls consists of three spheres stacked vertically inside a cylinder the balls just Touch the top, bottom, and sides of the cylinder. A diameter of each ball is 6.67 cm. find The Following. use 3.14 for pie and round to the nearest hundredth

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  1. height of one ball is 6.67 (its diameter)
    height of 3 balls is therefore 20cm

    if you want volume of all 3 balls, that'd be 3(1/6 πd^3)
    where d is the diameter.

    volume of cylinder is just
    πr^2 h = π/4 d^2 h = 3π/4 d^3 = 3π/4 (20/3)^3 = 200π/9

    Or maybe something else, since you didn't ask a question.

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