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A fuel tank full of oil is buried 10 feet below the surface. It is shaped like a cylinder with a diameter of 10 feet and a height of 12 feet. If the density of oil is 50 lbs/ft3,

determine the amount of work needed to pump all the oil to the surface.

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a circular cone shaped tank that is 10 feet high, is filled to
about 2 feet in height with lb/ft^3 density olive oil. How much
work is required to pump the oil to the edge of the tank

A tank shaped like a cone pointing downward has height 9 feet
and base radius 3 feet, and is full of water. The weight density of
water is 62.4 lb/ft^3. Find the work required to pump all of the
water out over the top of the tank.

an inverted right circular gasoline tank of radius 2 ft and
height 8ft is buried in the ground so that the circular top is 1 f
below the ground (parallel to the ground). Howw much work (in
ft-lbs) is required to pump the gasoline occupying the top foot of
the tank to aheight 2ft above the ground if the tank id full.
(ignore the water the ends in the hose from the pumping process
aftertop foot is done being pumped...

A tank of water is 15 feet long and has a cross section in the
shape of an equilateral triangle with sides 2 feet long (point of
the triangle points directly down). The tank is filled with water
to a depth of 9 inches. Determine the amount of work needed to pump
all of the water to the top of the tank. Assume that the density of
water is 62 lb/ft3.

Suppose we have a rectangular tank buried upright so that the
top is 7ft underground. The tank is 11ft deep, 3ft wide, and 5ft
long. It is filled to the 3 foot mark with gasoline, which has a
density of 46.75lbs/ft3. Set up an integral which represents the
work required to pump all of the gasoline into a container that
sits 2ft above the surface.

Calculate the work (in joules) required to pump all of the water
out of a full tank. The density of water is 1000 kilograms per
cubic meter. Assume the tank
(a) is shaped like an inverted cone of radius 5 meters and
height 10 meters where the spout is connected to a 2 meter tube
extending vertically above the tank.
(b) is shaped like a horizontal cylinder of radius R and height
H where the spout is connected directly to...

Calculate the work (in joules) required to pump all of the water
out of a full tank. The density of water is 1000 kilograms per
cubic meter. Assume the tank
(b) is shaped like a horizontal cylinder of radius R and height
H where the spout is connected directly to the top of the tank.

A tank, shaped like a cone has height 99 meter and base radius
11 meter. It is placed so that the circular part is upward. It is
full of water, and we have to pump it all out by a pipe that is
always leveled at the surface of the water. Assume that a cubic
meter of water weighs 10000N, i.e. the density of water is
10000Nm^3. How much work does it require to pump all water out of
the...

A tank in the shape of an inverted cone 12 feet tall and 2 feet
in radius is full of water. Calculate the work W required to pump
all the water to a height of 1 foot above the tank.

A conical tank of diameter 6 m and height 10 m is filled with
water. Compute for the work needed to pump all the water 2 m above
the tank. The water has a density of 1000 kg per cubic meter.

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