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# Thread: Calling all math majors

1. ## Calling all math majors

How can I figure out how many ml is in my vial of freshly made finaplix without out actually takeing the liquid out?

2. Easily, calculate the volume of the cilinder it is in.

3. I know that but how? What is the formula. Also how do you convert cm3 to ml when you acually get the answer.

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If I had my TI - 85 handy, I'd do a conversion for you. Let me look around and see if I can find it. Haven't been to school in about 3 years, so it's probably buried somewhere....

5. I think it's:

1ml=1 cubic cm... I think you can handle that conversion

It's been like 10 years since I used geometry. But i took the GMAT last year so this might be right.

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Yeah, that's it. I was thinking he wanted some outrageous conversion or something. But, the formula is as arthur stated :

Volume = radius squared x pi x height (Area of the Base x height)

7. Yes, 1 ML = 1 CC = One (1) Cubic Centimeter.

8. I was wondering why you were going to grab your ti85 for that conversion.

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