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Which of the following solids has the largest volume? (Figures are not drawn to scale.)

I. A cylinder of radius 5 millimeters and height 11 millimeters
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II. A sphere of radius 6 millimeters (the volume of a sphere of radius r is 4/3*πr^3)
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III. A cube with edge of 9 millimeters.
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(A) I
(B) II
(C) III
(D) I and II
(E) II and III

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Bunuel wrote:
Which of the following solids has the largest volume? (Figures are not drawn to scale.)

I. A cylinder of radius 5 millimeters and height 11 millimeters
Image

II. A sphere of radius 6 millimeters (the volume of a sphere of radius r is 4/3*πr^3)
Image

III. A cube with edge of 9 millimeters.
Image


(A) I
(B) II
(C) III
(D) I and II
(E) II and III

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V of Cylinder = pie * r^2 * h = 3.14 * 25 * 11 = ~825
V of Sphere = 4/3 * pie * r^3 = 4/3 * 3.14 * 216 = ~864
V of Cube = s^3 = 9^3 = 729

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Bunuel wrote:
Which of the following solids has the largest volume? (Figures are not drawn to scale.)

I. A cylinder of radius 5 millimeters and height 11 millimeters
Image

II. A sphere of radius 6 millimeters (the volume of a sphere of radius r is 4/3*πr^3)
Image

III. A cube with edge of 9 millimeters.
Image


(A) I
(B) II
(C) III
(D) I and II
(E) II and III

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cylinder : 3.14 * 25 *11= 864 approximately
sphere: 4/3 * 3.14 * 6^3 = 904
cube : 9^3 = 729

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