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Thanks A fuel oil tank is an upright cylinder, buried so that its circular top is 16 feet beneath ground level.

If someone could please help me on this I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks
A fuel oil tank is an upright cylinder, buried so that its circular
top is 16 feet beneath ground level. The tank
has a radius of 8 feet and is
24 feet high, although the current oil level is only
18 feet deep. Calculate the work required to pump all of
the oil to the surface. Oil weighs 50lb/ft^3
.

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