The base of a circular fence with radius 10 m is given by $ x = 10 \cos t $, $ y = 10 \sin t $. The height of the fence at position $ (x, y) $ is given by the function $ h(x, y) = 4 + 0.01(x^2 - y^2) $, so the height varies from $ 3 m $ to $ 5 m $. Suppose that $ 1 L $ of paint covers $ 100 m^2 $. Sketch the fence and determine how much paint you will need if you paint both sides of the fence.
Volume$=1.60 \pi \cdot$liters
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