#### Answer

$V = 40.7~in^3$

#### Work Step by Step

We can find the volume:
$V = \pi~r^2~h$
$V = (\pi)~(1.75~in)^2~(4.23~in)$
$V = 40.7~in^3$

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$V = 40.7~in^3$

We can find the volume:
$V = \pi~r^2~h$
$V = (\pi)~(1.75~in)^2~(4.23~in)$
$V = 40.7~in^3$

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