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Find the volume of each figure. (FIGURE CAN'T COPY)

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Area and Volume

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we need to find the volume of the following cylinder and the prism. So the volume of a cylinder is given as the area of the base times height and in this case it's always a circle because that's our base. So it's gonna be pi R squared times H. So our radius is five And our high is 12. Even though this is laying down. So that becomes 25 times 12. 25 times 12 equals 300 pie units. Cute. For a prism, volume is still big. B times age. We're having the base which is a rectangle. So basically would be linked times with time site. We have nine times 10 times eight. So that's nine times 10 times eight. So that's equals 720 units. Cute. Yeah.

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