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Volume of a cylinder on it's side

I have a fuel tank which I can measure with a dipstick marked in cm. I would like to convert the dip to a volume in that tank. How do I make a chart showing the volume of the tank at any given cm dipped.?
The dimensions of the tank are 121 cm dia x 216 cm long.

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