# SOLUTION: A standard juice box holds 8 fluid ounces. A fluid ounce of liquid occupies 1.8 to the 3rd. Design a cylindrical can that will hold about the same volume as one juice box. What are

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 Question 317324: A standard juice box holds 8 fluid ounces. A fluid ounce of liquid occupies 1.8 to the 3rd. Design a cylindrical can that will hold about the same volume as one juice box. What are the possible demensions? I've tried v=p*r2*h v=3.14*?*1.8 to the 3rd r=v/(2*p*h) r=8/(2*3.14*1.8 to the 3rd)Answer by Fombitz(13828)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! Using thi equation, choose r and solve for h or choose h and solve for r. . . . As an example, Let , So when the can has a height of 1 inch, the radius of the can should be 0.76 to hold 1.8 cubic inches. . . . Let , So when the can has a radius of 1 inch, the height of the can should be 0.573 to hold 1.8 cubic inches.