A chemical-storage tank is a cylinder with a hemisphere cap on each end. If the height of the cylindrical portion is 16.2 ft and the radius of the cylinder and hemispheres is 2.8 ft, how many cubic feet of a chemical will the tank hold.
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"Always look for the question mark." That sentence usually tells you what you're looking for. Is it area, is it volume, etc?
Once you know that, then you can use the appropriate formulas to find ...area or volume, etc.
Volume... ?? but im not sure what to subtract with the top on it
volume is to fill right?
Vcyl + Vhemi = Vtotal
but your pic has a cone and not a halfsphere?
in fact your q and your pic dont match at all lol
I would solved for the cylinder volume first.
Since you will have the hemishphere on each end, calculate for the a sphere of the given radius.
I got 399 cubic feet for the cylinder portion, and 91.595232 cubic feet for the ends giving a total cubic feet of 490.95
ha ignore the picture... that went to a different problem... how embarrassing... good catch!!
Danger... thats good math skills right there Amistre.. LOL
Vcyl = (16.2) pi (2.8)^2
Vsph = (4/3) pi (2.8)^3
kk... I have to do it the slow way... I'll check ...
:) thats fine
yes I got by adding the two answers 490.95971
is that the cubic feet that will fill the tank... or more steps involved... LOL