# A 16-oz jar of peanut butter in the shape of a right circular cylinder is 5in high and 3in in diameter and sells for $1.60.?

In the same store, a 26-oz jar of the same brand is 5&1/2in high and 3&1/4in in diameter. If the cost is directly proportional to volume, what should the price of the larger jar be? If the cost is directly proportional to weight, what should the price of the larger jar be?

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