Q: What is the answer for the volume of a cylinder with a diameter of 24ft and a height of 11ft?

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11 feet = 3.3528 metres

335.28 cm are in 11ft.

12 in = 1 ft → 11ft 8in x 11ft 3 in = 118/12 ft x 113/12 ft = 112/3 ft x 111/4 ft = 35/3 ft x 45/4 ft = 525/4 sq ft = 1311/4 sq ft = 131.25 sq ft

1in = 2.54cm (exactly) 11ft 10in = 11 x 12 + 10 in = 142in ⇒ 11ft 10in = 142 x 2.54cm = 360.68cm ~= 3.6m

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Is 11ft the radius or diameter? If it is the radius then the volume = 1/2 [4/3 * pi * r^3] (where * means multiply and ^3 means to the power of three or cubed) So for a radius of 11ft, the Volume is 13,938.20 cu ft. If the diameter is 11ft, then the radius will be 5.5ft and the Volume is 348.45 cu ft

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Area = pi*5.52 = 95.033 square feet to 3 decimal places

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To calculate the volume of a cylindrical tank, you would use the formula V = πr^2h, where r is the radius of the tank (half of the diameter). In this case, the radius would be 2 feet (half of 4 feet). Plugging in the values, V = π(2^2)(11) = 88π cubic feet. To convert this to gallons, you would multiply by 7.48 (since 1 cubic foot is approximately 7.48 gallons), giving you approximately 656 gallons.

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11ft tall

Assuming it's a box shape, the volume will be 11 x 12 x 9 = 1,188 ft3, or, in cubic metres, 33.64 m3.

11 feet is 3.35 meters.

95.033 square feet.

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