# Fred bought a new graduated cylinder for his chemistry class. It holds 136.71 mL of liquid. If the cylinder has a radius of 2.1 cm, then how tall is the cylinder?

(1 milliliter is equal to 1 cubic centimeter)

A.

65 cm

B.

33 cm

C.

4,238 cm

D.

31 cm

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carlosegoFor this case, the first thing we need to know is that the volume of a clinker is given by: V = pi * r ^ 2 * h Where, r: cylinder radius h: cylinder height Substituting values we have: 136.71 = 3.14 * (2.1) ^ 2 * h Clearing h we have: h = (136.71) / (3.14 * (2.1) ^ 2) h = 9.87 cm Answer: the cylinder is 9.87 cm tall Note: answer is not among the options. Please review the problem data, or the options again.