A cylindrical tank

A cylindrical tank can hold 44 cubic meters of water. If the radius of the tank is 3.5 meters, how high is the tank?

Correct answer:

h =  1.1433 m

Step-by-step explanation:

V=44 m3  r=3.5 m  S=π r2=3.1416 3.5238.4845 m2  V = h S  h=V/S=44/38.4845=1.1433 m

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