Posted by **sam** on Thursday, September 24, 2009 at 6:46pm.

my course material is unavailable at the moment and I am to figure out this question. I can't remember the formula could someone help me out? A spherical storage tank has a diameter of 48 ft and is full of water. How many delivery trucks with cylindrical tanks measuring 8 ft in diameter and 10 ft long can be completely filled from the storage tank?

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