Answer to Question #4444 in Calculus for kurt
A tank has a base of 1.6m by 1.2m.It can hold 1824 litres of water when filled to the brim.Find the height of the tank in metres.
The volume of the kank is V = 1.6x1.2xH = 1.92H [m], where H is unknown height of the tank.
On the other hand, V = 1.824 [kL].
So, 1.92H = 1.824, and H = 1.824/1.92 = 0.95 [m].