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A cuboidal tank is 35 m long, 20 m wide and 18 m high.  It has water up to the height of 10 cm . How much more water can be poured in it ? 


Solution

Dimension of cuboidal tank =35m long . 20m wide, 18m high
Given water is at height of 10m.
now
Total volume of tank = lbh $$ = 35\times 20\times 18$$
$$  = 700\times 18$$
$$\left [ volume = 1260m^{3} \right ]$$
now  voulume of water initially in tank$$ = 35\times 20\times 10$$
$$ = 7000m^{3}$$
quentity of water stored is tank now = origenal - volume of volume  water stored
quantity if water =12,600-7000
$$=5600m^{3} $$
Hence$$ 5600m^{3}$$ of water can be stored in tank.

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