# geometry

A satellite launch rocket has a cylindrical fuel tank. The fuel tank can hold V cubic meters of fuel. If the tank measures d meters across, what is the height of the tank in meters?

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1. h = Vm^3/pi*(dm/2)^2 = Vm^3/pi*dm^2/4 =
Vm^3 * 4/pi*dm^2 = 4Vm/pi*d = 4Vm/3.14d = 1.27Vm/d = 1.27V/d Meters.

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