Math question help please?
A cylindrical jar of jam 3 cm in diameter and 5 cm high sells for 70 cents. Find, rounded to the nearest cent, the fair price for a jar of jam that is 4 cm in diameter and 6 cm in height.
- artLv 63 months agoFavorite Answer
it depends on the flavour of the jam
- KrishnamurthyLv 73 months ago
A cylindrical jar of jam 3 cm in diameter and 5 cm high sells for 70 cents.
The fair price for a jar of jam that is 4 cm in diameter and 6 cm in height.
70[(2^2*6*pi/1.5^2*5*pi)] = $1.49 (rounded to the nearest cent)
- DWReadLv 73 months ago
The larger jar should be priced at $1.49.
- King LeoLv 73 months ago
D₁ and h₁ = 3cm and 5cm respectively ; C₁ = 70¢
D₂ and h₂ = 4cm and 6cm respectively ; C₂ = ??
C₂ = C₁( D₂² * h₂ ) / ( D₁² * h₁ )
C₂ = 70¢( (4cm)²(6cm) ) / ( (3cm)²(5cm) ) C₂ = 149¢
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- Anonymous3 months ago
Fair from what point? The amount of material needed to make the jar? The volume of the product in the car?
- alexLv 73 months ago
Volume V1= (π/4)(45) , Volume V2= (π/4)(96)
---> price of larger jar = (96/45) of 70c = 149 cents