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the design for a water storage tank calls for a radius of 19.5m and a height of 8.3m each dimension had a variability of +- 0.05m what is the minimum volume of water that the storage tank can hold what is the variability of water most possible and least possible

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    19.45 <= r <= 19.55
    8.25 <= h <= 8.35

    1/3 * pi * 19.45^2 * 8.25 = 3268.3
    1/3 * pi * 19.55^2 * 8.35 = 3343.0

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