# Jar

From the cylinder shaped jar after tilting spilled water so that the bottom of the jar reaches the water level accurately into half of the base. Height of jar h = 7 cm and a jar diameter D is 12 cm. How to calculate how much water remains in the jar?

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V =  168 cm3

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