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Two oil cans, X and Y, are right circular cylinders, and the height and the radius of Y are each
twice those of X. If the oil in can X, which is filled to capacity, sells for $2, then at the same rate,
how much does the oil in can Y sell for, if Y is filled to only half its capacity?

(A) $1
(B) $2
(C) $4
(D) $8
(E) $16

searched but did not find so posting.... source Manhattan question bank for ps and ds hope the effort was worth some kudos

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Two oil cans, X and Y, are right circular cylinders, and the height and the radius of Y are each
twice those of X. If the oil in can X, which is filled to capacity, sells for $2, then at the same rate,
how much does the oil in can Y sell for, if Y is filled to only half its capacity?

(A) $1
(B) $2
(C) $4
(D) $8
(E) $16

searched but did not find so posting.... source Manhattan question bank for ps and ds hope the effort was worth some kudos


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