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#### Harlemshake

in a tank when it is tilted.

I know the following:

Step 1: Tank Capacity

Tank Diameter:96 inch

Tank Length: 256 inch

So total capacity is : 8021.59 Gallons

Formula {=(("Diameter"/2)*("Diameter"/2)*PI()*"Tank Length")/231]

Step 2: Tank Volume measurement using a dipstick

Striker plate: .25 inch

Stick Reading:78.75 inch

Volume in Tank:3,854.11 Gallons

Formula [="Tank Length"*((("Diameter"/2)^2*(ACOS((("Diameter"/2)-("Stic

Reading"+"Strike

plate"))/("Diameter"/2))))-(SQRT(2*(("Diameter"/2)*("Stic

Reading"+"Striker plate"))-("Stick Reading"+"Strike

plate")^2)*(("Diameter"/2))))/231]

Step 3: Tank Tilt

Fill point 1: 78.75 inch

Fill point 2: 75 inch

Distance between to two fill point: 198 inch

Difference is: 78.75(in)-75(in) = 3.75(in)

The ratio is: 256(in)/ 198(in) = 1.29(in)

So the tank tilt is: 1.29(in) * 3.75(in) = 4.85(in)

So I know the Tank Tilt, but what formula should I use to find out ho

much volume is in the tank when measuring from fill point 1 only. I'

sure it is more than the 3,854.11 Gallons from step 2