# Answer to Question #4083 in Quantitative Methods for Naomi Diseko

Question #4083

A rectangular water tank is 1.5m in length, 1m in width and 0.8 in height. the water level in the tank is 20 cm from the top. the volume of the water in cubic meters (two decimal places) is?

Expert's answer

The volume of the water can be found by the following formula:

The volume = Length * Width * Height.

The height of the water is 20 cm = 0.2 m

Hence:

V = 1.5 m * 1m * 0.2m = 0.3 m

The volume = Length * Width * Height.

The height of the water is 20 cm = 0.2 m

Hence:

V = 1.5 m * 1m * 0.2m = 0.3 m

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