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Hi Anna, Have you tried to do this yourself? I find that when I am trying to consider how best to present a problem to my students, if I have already solved it myself, I realize where they could go with it. I would suggest that you then give students a set size of paper, and have them work through the calculations to determine which can would have the largest volume with the smallest surface area. This would be a great activity to use after already exploring the formulas for surface area and volume of cylinders, to give students practice using the formulas and substituting in amounts. -Gail, for the T2T service
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