The diameter of a can is 8cm the height is 12cm work out how much water is in the can using method V = PI r2h. use 3 as the vaule of PI
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Radius is 4cm so radius squared is 16, and the volume of the can is 16π*12=192π cc = approx 576cc if we use π=3. 1cc=1ml so 576cc=576ml or 0.576 litres.

answered Oct 27, 2016 by Rod Top Rated User (487,620 points)
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