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The volume of the pipe is 10 feet X the cross section area.

Assuming that the 2 inches is the interior diameter, you have a one-inch radius.

Area(cross section) = pi(1 inch)2

= pi square inches

volume = 10 feet X pi square inches

= 120 inches X pi square inches

=120pi cubic inches.

since 1 liter = 1000 cubic centimeters, we need to convert cubic inches to cubic centimeters

1 inch= 2.54 cm, so 1 cubic inch = 16.37064 cubic centimeters.

Volume = 120 pi in3

= 120 X 16.37064 X pi cm3

= 6177.7775851566925854545518477173 cm3

(Dividing by 1000)

= 6.1777775851566925854545518477173 Liters

Round as you see fit.

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