# Answer to Question #4444 in Calculus for kurt

Question #4444

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.

Expert's answer

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].

On the other hand, V = 1.824 [kL].

So, 1.92H = 1.824, and H = 1.824/1.92 = 0.95 [m].

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