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Ann and Nate's math class had a popcorn party. Each student made a container for popcorn by rolling up a piece of paper that was

Whose tube holds the most popcorn? How much more does it hold than the other tube?

This is Ann's tube. You can use the same method as Nate's tube to find the volume.

This is Nate's tube. The height of the tube is

circumference

radius

area

volume = (area of base) (height)

volume

Nate's tube has a volume of

Remember to show your calculations and to figure out how much more popcorn Nate's tube holds.