Teacher: Don't let that fall over. Now if they're the same... hang on, let go for a sec... nope.
Teacher: and I put this one here, right, and then I pull the other one out of the way,
Teacher: you can sit down, because then we can see everybody,
Teacher: it should -- your prediction is it'll come right up to the top of this one.
Student: Nope.
Teacher: Oh, does somebody want to change their prediction?
Teacher: Wait, one at a time. Stu1?
Teacher: Wait, one at a time. Stu1?
Student1: I think that it would come close, I don't think it's going to be exact,
Student1: an exact exact comparison, but I do think...
Teacher: But for... it will be close enough as to be exact as if I had water or something.
Teacher: All right, what do you think?
Student2: I don't think it's going to come that close at all, and that's because
Student2: I was hearing what Stu4 was saying about cups, if you have a small cup, and it's wide,
Student2: and it'll have... then that's not true. It's going to be different.
Student2: That's going to be able to fit a lot more because it's wider than that tall skinny one.
Teacher: So you think that the volume of the short fat one is more than the volume
Teacher: even though it has the same lateral surface area?
Student2: Yes.
Teacher: Okay, Stu3, what do you think?
Student3: Well, it might be different depending on how tight you turn around the little...
Student3: how tight you twist them.
Teacher: I got as close to end-to-end as I possibly could as a human being. So, assume...