## A right circular tank, lying on its side, has bases of radius 5 ft and a horizontal length o...

A right circular tank, lying on its side, has bases of radius 5 ft and a horizontal length of 14 ft.

Use the applet below to help in setting up the integral used to solve the following problem.

Suppose that the tank is filled with gasoline having a weight density of 42lb/ft^3. Determine the amount of work done in pumping all of the gasoline to a height of 17 ft above the tank.

(1 point) Pumping Liquids From a Container A right circular tank, lying on its side, has bases of radius 5 ft and a horizontal length of 14 ft. Use the applet below to help in setting up the integral used to solve the following problem. PLEASE ALLOW FOR ONE TO TWO MINUTES FOR THIS APPLET TO LOAD Ay return this question to its initial state Suppose that the tank is filled with gasoline having a weight density of 42. Determine the amount of work done in pumping all of the gasoline to a height of 17 ft above the tank. W= ft-lb

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