Answer to Question #9547 in Geometry for Candice
The mass of a metal cylinder varies jointly as its height and the square of the radius of its base. One cylinder has a mass of 120 g. Find the mass of a second cylinder made of the same metal, 3 times as high, and having one-half the base radius of the first.
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