# Answer on Algebra Question for rima

Question #10354

A fish tank with a rectangular base has a volume of 3,360 cubic inches. The length and width of the tank are 14 inches and 12 inches, respectively. Find the height, in inches, of the tank.

Expert's answer

For a tank with rectangular base the volume is calculated as V=L*W*H where H-height, L-length, W-width.

Therefore H=V/L/W

Substituting given values we obtain

H=3 360/14/12=20 inches

Therefore H=V/L/W

Substituting given values we obtain

H=3 360/14/12=20 inches

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