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2937.6 Gallons. Here's how. Volume = (area of base) x (height).

Area of a circle is Pi * (radius squared). Radius is half of diameter = 10 ft/2 = 5 ft.

Take pi = 3.1416, so 3.1416*(5 ft high)*(5 ft)2 = 392.7 ft3. 1 ft3 = 7.48052 gallons. 392.7 ft3 * 7.48052 gal/ft3 = 2937.6 gallons

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29,610.94 gallons (rounded)

203692.4 Gallons

7615 Gallons

for a cylinder, 4 ft round is diameter? radius = 2 feet V = 3.14 x 22 x 5 = 62.8 cubic feet 62.8 x 7.5 = 471 gallons

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29,610.94 gallons (rounded)

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203692.4 Gallons

7615 Gallons

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for a cylinder, 4 ft round is diameter? radius = 2 feet V = 3.14 x 22 x 5 = 62.8 cubic feet 62.8 x 7.5 = 471 gallons