A cylinder is holding liquid. The diameter of the cylinder is 2 in and the height of the liquid is 1.3 in. What is the new height of the liquid if a
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A cylinder is holding liquid. The diameter of the cylinder is 2 in and the height of the liquid is 1.3 in. What is

the new height of the liquid if a sphere with the radius of .6 in is added?

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volume of Sphere = 4773
1 = 0 . 6 im
80, V = 4 7 ( . 6) in 3
Volume of liquid : Trzh
= X (1 5x ( 1 . 3) in 3
= 1:3x i'm 3
Equation volum of cylinder and
Sphere, we have.
YA ( . 6) 3 = (15 x R.
So...

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