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anonymous

  • one year ago

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

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    @claringleek

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    Sum together half of a sphere for the top part, with a cylinder for the bottom part. That's all there is to it :-) Do you know the formulas for a cylinder and a sphere? h = 168 ft r = 6 ft

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    oh okay

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    6292π ft3 is the exact answer

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    they make you estimate it which is the answer i gave you

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