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A sphere has a radius of 7.5 ft. To find the volume we need to use this equation ≥ v=4/3πr³<span>.

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<span>π = ( 3. 14)

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r = <span>7.5

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Calculations

v=4/3πr³

v=4/3<span>π ( 7.5 x 7.5 x 7.5 )

v=4/3</span>π (<span>421)

v=4/3 (3.14) (421)

v=4/3 (</span><span>1321)

v=1.3 (1321)

v = </span><span>1717.3. </span><span>

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</span>A storage tank holds 235,500 in³ of a chemical. The chemical is dispensed to completely fill 25 identical cylindrical containers, each with a radius of 5 inches. <span>

To solve this problem we have to use this equation - </span>V = πr²h. We know the radius is 5 and the volume is 235,500³.

Calculations

V = πr²<span>h

</span>235,500³ = (3.14)(5)²)h

235,500<span>³ = (3.14) (25))h

</span>235,500<span>³ = 78.5

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235,500 </span>÷ 78.5 = h

h = 3000

**Answer:**

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**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Answer:product 50

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**Answer:**

4500

**Step-by-step explanation:**

you take 2250 and times is by 2 an dget your answer

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