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Old 05-25-2006, 11:55 AM
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I need to know what the easist way to measure carbonation in soda! I am in 7th grade! PLease helpp A.S.A.P
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Well, what I did was I put 8 oz of soda into a glass. I put a piece of tape on the side, and measured how high it was. Then I poured out the soda, and washed it out, keeping to tape on the side. Then I poured 8oz of soda into the glass, and measurd how high the fizz went. I am not sure how you would measure it, maybe pretend it is a cylinder and do the measuring for the volume, I could get the equation for you.
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Circular Cylinder
A cylinder whose bases are circles. The line connecting the centers of the bases
is called the axis.


Height: h
Area of base: B
Length of lateral edge: l
Area of right section: A
Perimeter of right section: P

Lateral surface area: S
Total surface area: T
Volume: V

S = lP
T = lP + 2B
V = hB = lA
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