The formula for the volume of a cylinder with radius r and height h is V = πr²h. What is the volume, to the nearest cubic inch, of a cylindrical can with a radius of 3 inches and a height of 5 inches? A.) 707 B.) 444 C.) 236 D.) 188 E.) 141 V = πr²h {volume of a cylinder}
V = 3.14(3)²(5) {substituted 3.14 for π, 3 for r, and 5 for h} ≈ 3.14(9)(5) {evaluated exponent} ≈ 141.3 {multiplied} E.) 141  Algebra House Comments are closed.

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