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Answer on Calculus Question for ong

Question #4215
A tank with a base area of 3200cm and a height of 50cm is half filled with water.How many more litres of water must be added so that the water will have a height of 28cm?
Expert's answer
Recall that 1 litre = 1000 cm^3.

Hence to fill the tank up to height 28
one has to add the folowing volume of vater
3200 * (28 - 50/2) =
9600 cm^3
& = 9600 * 0.001
& = 9.6 litres.

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