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taty1227
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Someone please help me!!! Please, I don't understand it :( please!

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KaylaLopez

To find the volume of a cylindrical object, you have to multiply the radius² by height by [latex] \pi[/latex]. Since the question only asks about the volume of just the juice, and says that the glass is 3/4 full, you would take 3/4 of 8 centimeters, which would be 6 centimeters. Now you would find the radius, which is half of the diameter. Meaning that 6 divided by 2 would be 3, making your radius 3 centimeters. Now 3² is 9. 9·6 would be 54. Your answer would be 54[latex] \pi [/latex] cm³.

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