# Two vases

Michaela has two vases in her collection. The first vase has the shape of a cone with a base diameter d = 20 cm; the second vase has the shape of a truncated cone with the diameter of the lower base d1 = 25 cm and with the diameter of the upper base d2 = 15 cm. Which vase can hold more water if the height of both vases is 0.5 m?

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