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Note 3

Graphing the data may help you realize that the side length of the square that produces the maximum volume is not a whole-number value. Also, while we can approximate the maximum volume of the water tank, the actual maximum is not easily determined by this method. To find the maximum volume more precisely, we would need to use calculus.

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