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 The volume of a silo 2016-01-18 From Clinton:Can you show me how to calculate the ground corn capacity in a steel silos of 10' x 10' high and 10' x 20' high and 10' x 24' high and 10' x 28' highAnswered by Penny Nom. A silo is composed of a hemisphere and a cylinder 2015-01-03 From Ami:A silo is composed of a hemisphere and a cylinder. The total height for the silo is 20m and the diameter of the silo is 8m. What is the volume of the silo to the nearest cubic meter?Answered by Penny Nom. A silo with a flat side 2008-07-14 From Amy:Without using the Pythagorean Theorem, determine the capacity of a silo in cubic feet of grain if: the cylinder-shaped silo has one flat, rectangular face that rests against the side of the barn; the height of the silo is 30 feet and the face resting against the barn is 10 feet wide; the barn is approximately 5 feet from the center of the silo.Answered by Harley Weston.

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