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 The volume of a coffee cup 2020-01-25 From Amirah:What is the volume of a polystyrene cup with a height of 8cm, diameter of 5cm at the top and 4cm at the bottom when it is filled with water?Answered by Penny Nom. The radius of a coffee cup 2016-09-12 From Brett:What is inside radius, in centimeters of a coffee cup if it holds 350g of coffee when filled to a depth of 9.5 cm? Assume coffee has the same density of water, 1.00g/cm3. A numeric value is expected and not an expression.Answered by Penny Nom. Coffee scoops per cup 2009-06-29 From charity:if my coffee machine takes 10 scoops for every six cups, how many scoops do i need for 4 cups. each scoops equals one tbls(.25 oz)Answered by Penny Nom. 12 oz. cup 2009-04-19 From Tom:I am a ceramic teacher and wanted my students to make a 12 oz. cup, what formula should we use?Answered by Chris Fisher. What proportion of cups of coffee have at least one defect 2006-11-28 From Ayman:coffee machine may be defective since it dispenses the wrong amount of coffee (C) & or the wrong amount of suger ( S ) the probability of these defects are P(C) = 0.05, P(S) = 0.04 & P( C&S ) = 0.01 find 1- what proportion of cups of coffee have at least one defect 2- what proportion of cups of coffee have no defectAnswered by Penny Nom.

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