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# Plsss Urgent !! A container at the petting zoo holds 8138.88 cubic centimeters of grain. Visitors can fill paper cones with grain from the container. The cones have a radius of 4 centimeters and a height of 9 centimeters. How many times can you fill a cone with the grain that is stored in the container? Use 3.14 to approximate the value of Pi.

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Answer:54 times you can fill a cone with the grain that is stored in the containerStep-by-step explanation:step 1Find the volume of the paper cone The volume of the cone is[tex]V=\frac{1}{3}\pi r^{2} h[/tex]we have[tex]r=4\ cm[/tex][tex]h=9\ cm[/tex][tex]\pi=3.14[/tex]substitute the values[tex]V=\frac{1}{3}(3.14)(4)^{2} (9)=150.72\ cm^{3}[/tex]step 2Divide the total volume of the container by the volume of one paper cone[tex]\frac{8,138.88}{150.72}=54[/tex]