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# The water in a cubical tank of side 10 m is transferred to completely fill a cuboidal tank of length 5 m, breadth 10 m and height h. Then the height of the cuboidal tank (in metres) is ___

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## Volume of cube =(side)3 Volume of cuboid =(length)×(breadth)×(height) So, height of cuboidal tank can be found by equating the two volumes as the same amount of water is transferred from cubical tank to cuboidal tank. ∴(side)3=(length)×(breadth)×(height) ⇒Height=side3length×breadth =1035×10 ∴ Height = 20m

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