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Volume of cylindrical tank
= π r² h

= 22/7 × (1.5)² × 7
= 22 × 2.25
= 49.5 m³      [1 m³ = 1000 liter ]     
= 49500 liters 
So, 49500 liters of milk can be stored in the tank.
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The radius of the milk tank = 1.5 m
The length (height) of the milk tank = 7 m
The volume of milk tank = The quantity of milk that can be stored
                                    = π r ² h
                                    = 22/7 * (1.5)  * 7
                                    = 22/7 * 15/10 * 15/10 * 7
                                     =  49.5 m³
we know that, 
=> 1m³ = 1000 l
=> 49.5 m³ = (1000 * 49.5) l
=> 49.5 m³ = 495000 l
So, the quantity of milk in litres that can be stored in the tank is 495000 litres


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