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Mr. Horn purchased a cylindrical aquarium for his office. The aquarium has a height of 25 1/2 inches and a radius of 21 inches. What is the volume of the aquarium in cubic feet?

V = πr^2h
= pi(21^2)(25.5)
=35328.78
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