How tall will the cans be?

Explanation

The volume of a right cylinder (a can) is \(\left(\pi r^{2}\right) h\), the height times the area of one end. With a 3.75-centimeter radius, the area of each circular end is 44 square centimeters. Dividing this into 296 cubic centimeters tells us the height will be 6.7 centimeters high.

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