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The diameter of a water tower tank is 14ft , and its height is17ft . What is the volume of water that can be stored in the tank? (Use the value 3.14for Pi , and round your answer to the nearest cubic foot. Be sure to include the correct unit in your answer.)

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  1. BasketWeave Group Title
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    Do you know the formula for the volume of a cylinder?

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    yes

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  3. BasketWeave Group Title
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    I was hoping you'd tell me that formula, rather than just saying "yes" :)

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  4. Cloverpetal Group Title
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    the formula is pi r squared h

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    3.14*r^2*h

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    OK, well done, you've inserted the value for pi. Can you also insert the value for h?

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    that would be 17

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    Great! And what do you think "r" is?

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  9. aminah.love18 Group Title
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    49

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    That's r^2, right?

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  11. aminah.love18 Group Title
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    oh the answer would be 2616

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    dont forget units! 2616 what?

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  13. aminah.love18 Group Title
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    oh 2616ft^3

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    yep!

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    Well done!

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  16. aminah.love18 Group Title
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    yay thankyou

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    you're welcome! :D

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    you're welcome :)

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