Samuel filled the glasses shown below completely with water. The total amount of water that Samuel poured into the glasses is 60 cubic centimeters. What is the height of glass 1? Round your answer to the nearest tenth. (Use π = 3.14.)
Glass 1 is in the form of cylinder and has a diameter of 4 cm (radius is 2 cm). To calculate the height of the glass, we use the Volume formula for cylinder: V = pi*r^2*h Substituting known values: 60 cm^3 = 3.14 * (2 cm)^2 * h Calculating for unknown variable, height (h): h = 4.78 cm Therefore the height of glass 1 is 4.78 cm.