Two cylindrical containers are shown. Container A has radius r and height h and holds a maximum of 42 ounces of water. Container B has radius r and height 1.5h. What is the maximum amount of water that Container B can hold?
Volume of a cylindrical container=πr²h Container A: πr²h=42 ounces of water. Countainer B. Volume of Container B=πr²(1.5 h)=1.5(πr²h)=1.5(42 ounces of water)=63 ounces of water. Answer: the maximum amount of water that Container B can hold is 63 ounces of water.