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# If a plant manufacturing carpet backing has a cylindrical tank that is 3 meters high and is 6 meters in diameter what is the volume of the tank Assume 3.14 for pi. A)28.3 m3 B)37.7 m3 C)56.5 m3 D)84.8?

Updated: 12/13/2022

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volume cylinder = area of end × height

→ volume = π × radius² × height

→ volume = π × (diameter ÷ 2)² × height

→volume = π × (6m ÷ 2)² × 3 m

→ volume = 27π m³ ≈ 27 × 3.14 m³ = 84.78 m³ ≈ 84.8 m³ to 1 dp.

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Q: If a plant manufacturing carpet backing has a cylindrical tank that is 3 meters high and is 6 meters in diameter what is the volume of the tank Assume 3.14 for pi. A)28.3 m3 B)37.7 m3 C)56.5 m3 D)84.8?
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