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Cone w has a radius of 8 cm and a height of 5 cm. square pyramid x has the same base area and height as cone w. paul and manuel disagree on how the volumes of cone w and square pyramid x are related. examine their arguments. which statement explains whose argument is correct and why? paul manuel the volume of square pyramid x is equal to the volume of cone w. this can be proven by finding the base area and volume of cone w, along with the volume of square pyramid x. the base area of cone w is π(r2) = π(82) = 200.96 cm2. the volume of cone w is one third(area of base)(h) = one third third(200.96)(5) = 334.93 cm3. the volume of square pyramid x is one third(area of base)(h) = one third(200.96)(5) = 334.93 cm3. the volume of square pyramid x is three times the volume of cone w. this can be proven by finding the base area and volume of cone w, along with the volume of square pyramid x. the base area of cone w is π(r2) = π(82) = 200.96 cm2. the volume of cone w is one third(area of base)(h) = one third(200.96)(5) = 334.93 cm3. the volume of square pyramid x is (area of base)(h) = (200.96)(5) = 1,004.8 cm3. paul's argument is correct; manuel used the incorrect formula to find the volume of square pyramid x. paul's argument is correct; manuel used the incorrect base area to find the volume of square pyramid x. manuel's argument is correct; paul used the incorrect formula to find the volume of square pyramid x. manuel's argument is correct; paul used the incorrect base area to find the volume of square pyramid x. Mathematics, 21.06.2019 20:10, jessixa897192
Complete the solution of the equation. find the value of y when x equals -5. -4x - 8y = -52 Amajor grocery store chain is trying to cut down on waste. currently, they get peaches from two different distributors, whole fruits and green grocer. out of a two large shipments, the manager randomly selects items from both suppliers and counts the number of items that are not sell-able due to bruising, disease or other problems. she then makes a confidence interval. is there a significant difference in the quality of the peaches between the two distributors? 95% ci for pw-pg: (0.064, 0.156)
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