Cylinder A has a volume of 360 cm3. Cylinder B has a base and height identical to that of cylinder B, but leans to the right in such a way that its slant is greater than 4 cm. what is the volume of cylinder B

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If the height is measured between the parallel ends of the cylinder, the volume is identical:   360 cm³. _____ If the "height" is measured along the central axis of the cylinder, there is insufficient information to determine the volume. The slant length of a prism (even a cylindrical one) is immaterial. What matters to the volume is the area of the base and the distance between the planes of the bases (height).


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Hey user 360  is the answer


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