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h total : 10 m h cone : 3 m R: 2 m : 33.7 ° =DEGREES(ATAN(C5/C4)) Cone Volume: 12.6 m 3 =(1/3)*PI()*C5^2*C4 Cylinder Volume: 88.0 m 3 =PI()*C5^2*(C3-C4) Total Volume: 100.5 m 3 =C8+C9 4.9 Finding the Volume of a Storage Bin II h total : 10 m h cone : 3 m R: 2 m : 33.7 ° =DEGREES(ATAN(C5/C4)) Height Radius Volume (m) (m) (m 3 ) 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.5 0.3 0.1 =B12*TAN(RADIANS($C$6)) 1.0 0.7
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