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May 23rd, 2016, 05:18 AM   #1
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Question about cylinders?

Look at 3 b), I don't really understand how to figure that out so I'd really appreciate if someone could explain to me in steps on how you would figure it out
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You are told that the cylinders are stacked "3 by 3 by 3" in each box so there are 27 cylinders in a box. Each box is 250,047 cubic centimeters. If 27 cylinders are to fit in there, what is the largest possible size of each cylinder?
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