1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A wine barrel has a hole in the middle of its side called a bung hole. To determine the volume of the wine in the barrel, a bung rod is inserted in the hole until it hits the lower seam. You should make the following assumptions: -The barrel is cylindrical -The bung hole is centered along the length of the barrel -The distance from the bung hole to the corner is d -The ratio of the length to the diameter of the barrel is t. Answer the following questions: You should show that the volume of the cylindrical barrel is V=2(pi)d^3t(4+t^2)^(-3/2) I dont know how to arrive at the fact that the volume would be what is shown. 2. Relevant equations V = pi r^2 h 3. The attempt at a solution I set the two equations next to each other and tried to see what cancelled out which was pi. So r ^ 2 h = 2(d^3t)(4+t^2)^(-3/2) Then I got stuck and help would be greatly appreciated.