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Old Feb 3rd 2009, 06:34 PM   #1
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What is the calculation of this volume?



(π.0607cm²/4)(21.00cm) = ?

I got .0781cm³, but i think that is wrong. I think what I did was squared the .0607 instead of (π.0607/4)(21.00) which it should of been. Is that my mistake? What did you get for an answer?
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Old Feb 6th 2009, 08:14 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by agentlopez View Post

(π.0607cm²/4)(21.00cm) = ?

I got .0781cm³, but i think that is wrong. I think what I did was squared the .0607 instead of (π.0607/4)(21.00) which it should of been. Is that my mistake? What did you get for an answer?
maybe you should first provide your question of calculating the volume
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