A restaurant serves soda pop in cylindrical pitchers that are 5 inches in diameter and 8 inches tall

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A restaurant serves soda pop in cylindrical pitchers that are 5 inches in diameter and 8 inches tall. If the pitcher has a 2 inch head of foam, how much soda is lost as a result? Use 3.14 for π

Answer:

I believe it should be 39.25 cubic inches. This is under the assumption that the volume occupied by the head of foam = volume of soda lost.
So, that volume = π × r² × h = 3.14 * (2.5)² * 2 = 39.25 cubic inches.