So I work for a drilling company that stores oil in large cylindrical tank facilities. The total volume of each tank is 38,500 bbls. In each specific tank facility, a radar tank gauge sits atop a 10" pipe inside the main tank, measuring the level of the liquid inside the pipe. Usually, a vent hole is drilled in this 10" pipe to allow gas to be released as the fluid level rises, however in one of the facilities, no hole was drilled in the top of the pipe, which allowed pressure to build inside of the pipe. We noticed the error when the tank was filled all the way to the top (a height known to be 44'), however the radar gauge only showed a level of 32'. The gauge now shows 15', and my boss wants to know what the volume of the liquid in the tank currently is. Is this possible to solve with the given information? I also know that when the height of the liquid is 10', there are 8,750 bbls in the tank.