I've said it before, and I'll say it again, the FS is (i) math and (ii) legal aspects. In this question, we're asked to find the volume of a water tank. And yes, volumes are going to require calculus, but only a basic integral is required. Dust-off your Calculus II skills and discover the volume of the tank in our next FS How-To installment.

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