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the volume of a tank that is 2'- 0'' in diameter and 6'
-0'' long is _ cu ft. ???? please help

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    V = pi * r^2 * h
    V = 3.14 * 6
    V = ?

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    985.96 is this correct

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    No.

    What do you get when you multiply 3.14 times 6?

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    18.84

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    Right. The volume is 18.84 cubic feet.

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