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but what are the measurements?
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The height of water in tank is d and radius of cylinder is r and the height is h. It is looking for volume of water.
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volume = 1/3 x (phi x r^2) x height
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http://charliebrownskin.blogspot.com/2009/07/volumendeunliquidoenuncilindroen.html
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