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In 1990, Sapir's Soup Company used a cylindrical can with radius 3 centimeters, filled to a height of 4 centimeters. If in 1995, Sapir's Soup Company changed the height of the can by 5 centimeters and filled it with the same amount of soup, which of the following could be the radius of the can in 1995?


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In 1990, Sapir's Soup Company used a cylindrical can with radius 3 centimeters, filled to a height of 4 centimeters. If in 1995, Sapir's Soup Company changed the height of the can by 5 centimeters and filled it with the same amount of soup, which of the following could be the radius of the can in 1995?


A. 1
B. 2
C. 4
D. 8
E. 9


Given volume of cylindrical can in 1990(r=3, h=4)=volume of cylindrical can in 1995(r=to be determined, h=4+5=9)
Or, \(\pi*3^2*4=\pi*r^2*9\)
Or, \(r^2=\frac{9*4}{9}\)
Or, \(r=\sqrt{4}=2\)

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I agree with the other posters on the math. If you are pressed for time or cannot remember the formula, the new r must be smaller than the old r, so flip a coin between A and B and move on.

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Bunuel wrote:
In 1990, Sapir's Soup Company used a cylindrical can with radius 3 centimeters, filled to a height of 4 centimeters. If in 1995, Sapir's Soup Company changed the height of the can by 5 centimeters and filled it with the same amount of soup, which of the following could be the radius of the can in 1995?


A. 1
B. 2
C. 4
D. 8
E. 9


Initial radius=3 cm
Initial height=4 cm
Changed height=9 cm
\(π*3^2*4 = πr^2*9\)
r=2 cm
Answer B.
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