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 The surface area of a round bar 2015-06-06 From chirag:Please tell me the formula for finding round bar surface in square inches/ mmAnswered by Penny Nom. A cylindrical slab of concrete 2007-06-30 From Kenn:I have a tank that needs a base of cement put in it. I dont know how to do this. The tank is 8 feet across and I want the cement to be 5 or 6 inches deep. Can you please tell me how much cement I need to do this.Answered by Harley Weston. Volume of a tube 2004-01-14 From Mike:where can you find how to get volume of a tube: 3 in across x 3 inch high 5 in across x 5 inch high same formula for both. ONE will get the other.Answered by Penny Nom. The volume of water in a hose 2002-11-13 From David:I trying to find out how much water 500 ft of 3/4 inch hose will hold. I'd also like to know how you figured the answer.Answered by Penny Nom. Building a circular silo 2001-01-24 From Natasha:We wish to build a circular silo with internal diameter 10 feet. How much concrete will we need to pour the foundation, if we only need a 1 foot wide and 1 foot deep ring on which the silo walls will sit? Assume the 4 inch thick silo wall rests on the middle of the ring. Answered by Penny Nom.

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