3 tennis balls fit exactly into a cylindeical can. Each ball is 6cm in diameter. Use 3.14 for pie to approximate, the height of the cylinder containing the tennis balls, and what is the volume of this cylinder?
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Height of the cylinder=3×6=18cm. Radius of the cylinder=6/2=3cm.

Volume of cylinder=π3²(18)=162π=508.68cc approx.

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