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12-70.
1. At a pick-your-own orchard, the wooden baskets for picking peaches can be modeled by a cylindrical prism that is 12 inches high and 16 inches in diameter. Jenna and Thomas fill a basket with 195 peaches. Homework Help ✎

1. What is the density of peaches?

2. Thomas sees produce trucks being loaded at the orchard and starts wondering. What is the density of peaches per cubic foot?

3. By looking at the height of the truck driver compared to the truck, Thomas estimates that the produce is loaded into a space that is 45 feet long by 7 feet wide by 8 feet tall. How many peaches does Thomas estimate the truck can hold?

$\text{Density is }\frac{195 \text{ peaches}}{768 \pi \text{ in}^3}.$

Convert the answer in (a) to peaches/ft3.

What is the volume of the truck?