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How to make a can that holds 850ml?

A popular soda distributor has just hired you to design a new package that is to be a larger version of the can they already useThe small can they already use holds 340ml of soda, has a radius of 6cm and hieght of 12cmFind the dimensions( radius and height) and the amount of aliminum needed to produce a can that will hold 850ml of sodaAny ideas how to do this?


No they do not have any liability for the damage and thefts unless the security gates are malfunctioning and they refused to make repairs after being put on notice.
See what your rental agmt says about security and insurance and compare this with other gated communities in your jurisdictionIs Ll following terms? Has LL's insurer been notified? What does your own household insurance policy say? If LL is not meeting security obligations under rental agmt or more seriously under LL's own insuring agmt, LL may be personally liableAt the very least, tenants should compel a report from LL regarding any insurance he provides for the thefts and break-insWhat does local law enforcement say about it?
There was no forced entry, the car was still locked, and the alarm did not go off- are you really sure that's what happened? I think it really was - the car was left unlocked, the vandals burnt the car, and happened to lock it for her!! Unless the landlord / property manager, did something to cause the items to be stolen, they are not responsible.
Minimum of aluminium to hold is is always r h/2 (simple proof by derivative)V Pi r^2 2r 2Pi r^3 850ml 2Pi r^3 r 11.01cm h 22.02cm S 2Pi r^2 + 2Pi r 2r 2Pi r(r + 2r) 6Pi r^2 2285cm^2
No, they are not liable for this situationThat is why you have insuranceApartment owners are not required to provide any extra security, but some do so as an amenity to tenants.

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