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A container with curved sides is 10 ft tall. When water is in the container to a depth of h ft, the number of cubic feet of water can be approximated by using the formula V = 0.95h2.9. Find the amount of water in the container when the depth of the water is 7.5 ft. Round to the nearest hundredth.
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Can someone help with this problem. A container with curved sides is 10 ft tall. When water is in the container to a depth of h ft, the number of cubic feet of water can be approximated by using the formula V = 0.95h2.9. Find the amount of water in the container when the depth of the water is 7.5 ft. Round to the nearest hundredth. Theres no answer choices

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