## Hal has a steel barrel with a diameter of 6 feet that can be filled to a depth of 4.6 feet with oil. What is the volume of the barrel

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Hal has a steel barrel with a diameter of 6 feet that can be filled to a depth of 4.6 feet with oil. What is the volume of the barrel?
Use = 3.14
OA 93.696 cubic feet
OB. 154.116 cubic feet
OC. 129.996 cubic feet
OD 124.2 cubic feet

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1 year 2021-09-01T20:51:34+00:00 1 Answers 18 views 0

129.996 cubic feet

Step-by-step explanation:

Assuming that the barrel is a perfect cylinder, we can use the formula to find the volume:

$$\pi(r)^2(h)$$

First, we have to find the radius, which is:

D = 2r

So the radius is 3 feet, since it is half of the diameter. Then, we plug in the values.

$$3.14(3)^2(4.6)$$

Now, we solve. Exponents are first…

3.14(9)(4.6)

Now multiply left to right.

28.26(4.6)

129.996 cubic feet

Therefore, the barrel can hold 129.996 cubic feet of oil. Hope this helps you!