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Which would have a greater volume a cylinder 10 cm high with a circumference of 30 cm or a cylinder 30 cm high with a circumference of 10 cm?

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Volume of cylinder 1= 716.197244 cubic cm

Volume of cylinder 2 = 238.7324147 cubic cm

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