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How tall would a glass (in the shape of a right circular cylinder)with a diameter of 3 inches need to be to hold 12 ounces.

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1. 12= pi *(3/2)^2* h
h=16/3pi
h=1.6 inches

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2. nope, 12 fluid ounces is not cubic inches.

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