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Find the amount of work done in emptying a cylindrical tank completely filled with kerosene. Assume that the radius of the cylindrical tank is 3 m, height is 6 m, and the density of kerosene is 817.15 kg/m3. 5.22 x 106 J 4.08 x 106 J 1.69 x 106 J 0.54 x 106 J

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    The way my school works is; before a lesson we are given a pretest, so we can test out of what we know. I do not know how to approach this question, and this is all it asked for,

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