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how much water can be held by a cylindrical tank with a radius of 12 feet and a height of 30 feet? is it 33912 cubic feet? or perhaps 2260.8 cubic feet?

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    V=Volume

    r=radius

    H=Heigh

    V=r^2*pi*H

    V=12^2*3.1416*30

    V=144*3.1416*30

    V=4320*3.1416

    V=13571.712 ft^3

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