Q: What is the volume of a cylindrical tube that has a diameter of 8 centimeters and a length of 60 centimeters?

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Volume = cross-section area*length

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The side length is 5 centimeters. The volume of 5 centimeters times 5 centimeters times 5 centimeters = 125 cubic centimeters.

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543

The side length is 5 centimeters. The volume of 5 centimeters times 5 centimeters times 5 centimeters = 125 cubic centimeters.