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3 June, 06:28

You have a new pool and want to know it's volume. The pool is 5 feet deep and has a radius of 7 feet. About how much water can the pool hold? Use 3.14 for pi.

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  1. 3 June, 06:36
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    The pool can hold about 5755 US gallon of water

    Step-by-step explanation:

    From the illustration of the pool, we see the pool to be in cylindrical shape with 5 feet deep and has a radius of 7 feet.

    Volume of a the pool = volume of a cylinder

    Recall that volume of cylinder = πr²h

    In this case

    r = 7, h = 5, π = 3.14

    Therefore:

    Volume = πr²h

    = 3.14 x 7² x 5

    = 3.14 x 49 x 5

    = 769.3ft³

    How much water the pool can hold is

    Since: 1 cubic foot = 7.481 US gallon of water

    769.3ft³ = 769.3 * 7.481 US gallon of water

    769.3ft³ = 5755.13 US gallon of water

    The pool can hold about 5755 US gallon of
  2. 3 June, 07:27
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    it has 48 gallons of water in the pool.
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