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If I assume we're talking about a cylinder, its volume is:
Volume=Height x Diameter x Diameter x Pi /4
where Pi=3.1416

Here, Volume=0.3x0.5x0.5x3.1416/4=0.0589 cubic meters (58.9 liters)

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