Robert is using a barrel to collect rainwater for his garden. The circular end has a radius of 1ft. The barrel is 3ft wide. How much water w

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Robert is using a barrel to collect rainwater for his garden. The circular end has a radius of 1ft. The barrel is 3ft wide. How much water will the barrel hold? The formula for the volume of a cylinder is V=3.14r^2h

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Cora 1 week 2021-10-04T10:03:20+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-10-04T10:04:29+00:00

    Answer: the barrel will hold 9.42 ft³ of water.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The formula for determining the volume of a cylinder is expressed as

    Volume = πr²h

    Where

    r represents the radius of the cylinder.

    h represents the height of the cylinder.

    π is a constant whose value is 3.14

    From the information given,

    Radius of barrel = 1 feet

    The barrel is 3ft wide. It is the same as the height. Therefore,

    Volume of barrel = 3.14 × 1² × 3 = 9.42 ft³

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