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# 6) A cylindrical shaped silo has a diameter of 18 feet and a height of 4 feet. How much water can the silo hold, in terms of π?

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The amount of water silo can hold in terms of π is 324π cubic feetSolution:Given that cylindrical shaped silo has a diameter of 18 feet and a height of 4 feetTo find: Amount of water silo can hold in terms of πThis means we are asked to find the volume of cylindrical shaped siloThe volume of cylinder is given as: [tex]\text {volume of cylinder }=\pi \mathrm{r}^{2} \mathrm{h}[/tex]Where "r" is the radius of cylinder"h" is the height of cylinderπ is the constant has a value 3.14Given diameter = 18 feet[tex]radius = \frac{diameter}{2} = \frac{18}{2} = 9[/tex]Substituting the values in formula, we get[tex]\text {volume of cylinder }=\pi \times 9^{2} \times 4[/tex][tex]\text {volume of cylinder }=\pi \times 81 \times 4=324 \pi[/tex]Thus amount of water silo can hold in terms of π is 324π cubic feet