Tin with oil

Tin with oil has the shape of a rotating cylinder whose height is equal to the diameter of its base. The canned surface is 1884 cm2. Calculate how many liters of oil are in the tin.

Correct answer:

V =  6.2784 l

Step-by-step explanation:

S=1884 cm2=18.84 dm2 S=2πr2+2πr(2r)=6πr2 r=S/6/π=1 dm h=2r=2 dm  1 dm3=1 l V=πr2h=6.2784 l



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