**Teacher:** |
**I do with that? In my calculation,
it says: "take the item right there, ** |

**Teacher:** |
**divide it pi, and then divide it
by two. ** |

**Teacher:** |
** I chose to divide it by two pi,
at the same time. ** |

**Teacher:** |
**I used a little bit longer number
than you did, but that's okay. ** |

**Teacher:** |
**And then what did I do? ** |

**Teacher:** |
**How did you get the final
volume? How did you get this number right here?** |

**Student1:** |
**width times... squaring it...
and then by squaring the...** |

**Teacher:** |
**yeah, to find that value, what
I chose to do, ** |

**Teacher:** |
**was to take pi times c2, which
is that number right there, like 5.09, ** |

**Teacher:** |
**times c2 again, that's my pi r
squared, times a2, which is my height. ** |

**Teacher:** |
** This is my first answer,
81.5,** |

**Teacher:** |
**and... did anyone get 81.5 or something
close to that?** |