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What is the volume of grain that could completely fill this silo rounded to the nearest whole number? Use 22/7 for pi.

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    19,008 ft3 19,461 ft3 <------ my answer 6,336 ft3 453 ft3

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    refer to your formula for volume of sphere and volume and cylinder. figure it out

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    I did I was just looking for somebody to check my answer.

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