A cylindrical can whose diameter equals to its height contains 269.5 cm3 of a liquid. Calculate the radius and height of the cone.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 13th Oct, 2017, 01:58: PM
Given: Volume of the can (V) = 269.5 cm3
Let Diameter = height = 2 x
⇒ Radius = x
Let V denote the volume of the cylindrical can.
Thus, radius= 3.5 cm and height= 2 x= 7 cm
Answered by | 13th Oct, 2017, 03:58: PM
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