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Assuming that both the floor and the upper rim are exactly the same size and the walls surrounding the tub are straight in a vertical direction, the tub is a cylinder. Here is the equation:

h * r^2 * pi

Where h is the height of the tub, r^2 is the radius (half of the tub's diameter) squared, and pi is, of course, approximately 3.14

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