OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

Help please.

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

Questions here.

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

@jhonyy9 @Mehek14

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

@rebeccaxhawaii

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

@KamiBug

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

@agent0smith @TheSmartOne

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

have you found the products yet?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (weasel123):

CHOCOLATE!!!!

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

No i have not.

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

well go ahead

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

I cant find any good ones.

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

try 'pyramid container'

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

ok

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

pick 3 that you like

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

actually cylinders might be easier since the volume is usually listed

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

ok ill look for some then

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

do you know how to calculate the volume?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

heres two more.

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

good but make sure you save the link

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

the info we need is at the bottom of each page

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

ok

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

well, do you know how to calculate the volume?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

No.

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

volume = pi*height*(1/2 * diameter)^2

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

so for the green one, what's the volume?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

Volume = π×8.42×10 = 2216.707776373 centimeter3??

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

not quite.

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

look at the formula I gave you carefully.

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

Ok

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

The diameter is 8.4 on the green one.

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

yeah, but what's the radius?

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

if the diameter is 8.4, what is the radius?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

10?

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

hint: radius = (1/2)*diameter

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

so its 1/2?

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

think carefully.

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

radius = (1/2) * diameter

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

* means multiply

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

4.2??

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

good. now use the formula volume = pi*height*r*r what do you get?

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

(r is the radius)

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

553.896??

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

good. now compare that to the capacity listed on the item

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

if it's not listed, try another item

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

then repeat the same process I told you for the other items good luck!

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

ok :)

1 year ago
Vocaloid (vocaloid):

gtg but tag someone if you need help

1 year ago
OpenStudy (directrix):

@TylerMckinney16 The original question you posted states that you are to find 3 Amazon products that are pyramids or cones and then to crank out the volume of each. What I see in this thread are cylinders. To my thinking, you should consider closing this thread and starting over. @Vocaloid posted >>actually cylinders might be easier since the volume is usually listed That is correct but you are instructed to find pyramids and/or cones.

1 year ago
OpenStudy (tylermckinney16):

ok hold on ill start it over and tag u in it.

1 year ago
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