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The cylindrical storage tank has a height of 12 feet.Which of the following expressions could be used to find the volume of the tank in cubic feet?

  1. Anonymous

    V = r ^ 2 * pi * h

    V = 12 * r ^ 2 * pi


    OR

    V = ( d ^ 2 * pi ) * 12 / 4


    V = 3 * ( d ^ 2 * pi )

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