Q: What is the volume of two Base 10 longs?

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Cylinder volume = height 10 cm > radius 7 cm > base area of the cylinder = 153.9380400 cm2 Volume = base area x height = 1539.380400 cm 2

Volume of prism = Base Area * Length = (1/2 * 10 ft * 1 ft)* 15 ft = 75 cubic ft.

Volume = 1000 cm3

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The regular 10 sided decagon will consist of 10 congruent isosceles triangles with equal base angles of 72 degrees and an apex angle of 36 degrees and a base length of 10 cm. Length of equal sides: 10*sin(72)/sin(36) = 16.18033989 cm. Volume of prism: 0.5*16.18033989^2 *sin(36)*10*10 = 7694.208845 cubic cm.

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Cylinder volume = height 10 cm > radius 7 cm > base area of the cylinder = 153.9380400 cm2 Volume = base area x height = 1539.380400 cm 2

Volume = 1/3*10*10*6 = 200 cubic feet

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