Oven Fresh bakery packages its blueberry bagels in the container. Container is 4 in wide , and 6 inches long. Part A : what is the volume of the container ? Use 3.14 for §. Part B ; the bakery ordered new containers to hold their cranberry bagels. The container is 2 in shorter and has a radius 1 less than their blueberry bagel containers. What is the volume of the new container ?
Part A) This container is a cylinder, who’s volume can be found using the formula…
Volume=(3.14)®^2(h)= 12.56 in^3
So you will have to find the radius and height to find part A. The diameter of the container is 4 in. Since the diameter is twice as large as the radius. The radius is 2 in. Also the height is 6 in.
So for part A,
Volume= (3.14)(2 in)^2(6 in) = 75.36 in^3
For part B, the new radius is 1 less, 2 in - 1 in = 1 in. Meanwhile the new height is 2 in shorter, 6 in - 2 in = 4 in.
Volume= (3.14)(1 in)^2(4 in)