Posted by **RuggedChild** on Tuesday, February 24, 2009 at 2:36pm.

A cylindrical tank of r=5 and h=9 is 2/3 filled with a liquid with density [rho]lb/ft^3. Find the Work required to pump liquid over the rim.

The main thing I need help with is finding the y-value at which the tank is 2/3 full. Assume the bottom point of the tank is at y=0.

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