# Cylinders

The area of the side of two cylinders is the same rectangle of 48 cm × 38 cm.

Which cylinder has a larger volume, and by how much?

Which cylinder has a larger volume, and by how much?

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### You need to know the following knowledge to solve this word math problem:

**arithmetic**- square (second power, quadratic)
- absolute value
- comparing
**solid geometry**- cylinder
**planimetrics**- circle
- area of a shape
- perimeter
- rectangle
**numbers**- real numbers

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