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A tank 10 feet high 3 feet diameter is filled with water how many liters it contains.

The volume of a cylinder is given by:

V = ?r²h = ?(3/2)²(10) = 70.6858 ft³

Convert cubic feet to liters knowing that 1 foot = 12 inches, 1 inch = 2.54 cm, and 1 liter = 1,000 cm³ (remember, units must cancel resulting in the desired units):

V = (70.6568 ft³)(12 in/ft)³(2.54 cm/in)³(1 liter/1,000 cm³) = 2,001.6 litersThe formula for the volume of a cylinder is V=pi * r^2 * height, so the volume in cubic feet is approx. 70.68. This equates to approx. 2001 liters.

Vol= (Phi X 3X3/4 X10) cubic ft

= (Phi X 3X3/4 X10) X 28.316 liters

= 2001.79 Liters

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