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If the pipe is round, with a 55-foot diameter, and 36 inches long,

then its capacity is 53,317.3 gallons.

If the pipe is round, with a 36-inch diameter, and 55 feet long,

then its capacity is 2,908.2 gallons.

Either way, we have no way of knowing how much water is in it.

For all we know, it may even be empty.

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