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11-42.

While volunteering for a food sale, Aimee studied a cylindrical can of soup. She noticed that it had a diameter of $3$ inches and a height of $4.5$ inches.

1. Find the volume of the soup can.

Volume $=\pi r^2·h$

$31.81$ cubic inches

2. If Aimee needs to fill a cylindrical pot that has a diameter of $14$ inches and a height of $10$ inches, how many cans of soup will she need?

$\text{Number of cans Aimee will need }= \frac{\text{volume of the pot}}{\text{volume of the soup can}}$

3. What is the area of the soup can label?