Student2: It's wider and it could hold more.
Teacher: Okay.
Student3: Except the other one is longer, so it would kind of make up for the circumference.
Student1: What about the fact that this one is taller?
Student3: Yeah...
Student2: That definitely...
Teacher: We're gonna see that in a few minutes, okay? Someone over here, what did you say?
Student4: We put that the shorter and fatter one has the greater volume because it's wider
Student4: and that the wideness has more effect than the height does because you can put,
Student4: you can put alot in the height, but the wider one --
Student4: not slight, but a little difference in height, the wideness is going
Student4: is really going to be able -- more things are going to be able to fit inside of the wider one.
Teacher: Okay
Student4: Because the chance that the area of that circuference is greater than the area
Student4: of that circle or circumference, is gonna be greater than that one.
Student4: of that circle or circumference, is gonna be greater than that.
Student3: But what about the height?