A swimming pool in the shape of a cylinder with a diameter of 10 m and a depth of 3 m is being filled with water. 27,535 L have been added so far. 1 m3 is equal to 1000 L. To the nearest liter, how much more water can the pool hold?
the formula for a cylinder's volume is π r^2 h = (10/2)^2 π *3 = 75π.
that's about 235.619 m^3, or around 235619 liters. Subtracting the filled amount, we have 208084 liters.
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