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Find the Maximum Volume of Water a Tank can Hold
Problem Statement:
A cylindrical water tank has a circular base with a radius of 6, and a height of 24. If the formula for the volume of a cylinder is V = B*h, where B is the area of the base (π*r^2) and h is the height, what is the maximum volume of water that the tank can hold? Use 3.14 for π. Run the program and enter your answer in the box.
/* Code generated by RoboBlockly v2.0 */
#include <chplot.h>
double Volume;
double height;
CPlot plot;

printf("What is the maximum volume of water that can fit in the tank?"+"\n");
scanf("%lf", &Volume);
height = double(Volume)/(3.14 * pow(6, 2));
plot.strokeColor("black");
plot.fillColor("cyan");
plot.rectangle(0, 0, 24, height);
plot.ellipse(12, 0, 24, 6, 0);
plot.ellipse(12, height, 24, 6, 0);

plot.axisRange(PLOT_AXIS_XY, -24, 48);
plot.ticsRange(PLOT_AXIS_XY, 6);
plot.sizeRatio(1);
plot.plotting();
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Problem Statement:
A cylindrical water tank has a circular base with a radius of 6, and a height of 24. If the formula for the volume of a cylinder is V = B*h, where B is the area of the base (π*r^2) and h is the height, what is the maximum volume of water that the tank can hold? Use 3.14 for π. Run the program and enter your answer in the box.

		
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