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A hemispherical tank has a diameter 10cm is fixed by water issuing from a pipe of radius 20cm at 2m per second. Calculate currently to 3.s.f the time in mind Tessa it take to fixed the tank.

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  1. you really gotta work on your typing.

    volume of tank: π/6 * 10^3 cm^3
    fill rate: π*20^2*2 cm^3/s

    now divide to get the time.

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