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Pi $(pi)$ is used when calculating which of the following?
1. area of a circle
2. volume of a sphere
3. volume of a cylinder
4. volume of a cone
5. all of the above
What is the volume of a cylinder with a radius of 6 cm and a height of 10 cm? Use pi = 3.14.
1. 1130.4 $cm^3$
2. 1130 $cm^3$
3. 360.8 $cm^3$
4. 600 $cm^3$
A cereal box has a length of 8 inches, a width of 1$3/4$inches, and a height of 12 $1/8$inches. What is the volume of the cereal box?
1. 169 $3/4$ square inches
2. 165 cubic inches
3. 169 $3/4$ cubic inches
4. 171 square inches
What is the volume of a cone with a radius of 3 feet and a height of 8 feet? (round to nearest tenth if needed)
1. 72.7 $ft^3$
2. 75.4 $ft^3$
3. 226 $ft^3$
4. 84.8 $ft^3$
Find the volume of a square pyramid with a base of 10 inches wide and a height of 18 inches.
1. 180 cubic inches
2. 360 cubic inches
3. 1800 cubic inches
4. 600 cubic inches
What is the approximate volume of a cylinder with a radius of 5 in and a height of 4 in?
1. 63 inches cubed
2. 105 inches cubed
3. 251 inches cubed
4. 314 inches cubed
What is the approximate volume of a cone with a height of 6 cm and a base radius of 2 cm? (Use $pi$ = 3.14).
1. 25 cubic centimeters
2. 23 cubic centimeters
3. 75 cubic centimeters
4. 38 cubic centimeters
A spherical water tower has a diameter of 32 feet. How much water can it hold?
1. 51,471 $ft^3$
2. 17,157 $ft^3$
3. 12,868 $ft^3$
4. 17,158 $ft^3$