Problem: A cylindrical tube 9.5 cm high and 0.85 cm in diameter is used to collect blood samples. How many cubic decimeters (dm3) of blood can it hold (V of a cylinder = πr2h)?

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A cylindrical tube 9.5 cm high and 0.85 cm in diameter is used to collect blood samples. How many cubic decimeters (dm3) of blood can it hold (V of a cylinder = πr2h)?

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