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Yes, a water tank can be in the shape of a cuboid. A cuboid is a three-dimensional shape with six rectangular faces, and a water tank can have this shape for practical reasons such as efficient storage and easy installation.

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It can be but mine is cylindrical.

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You use a tape measure, or similar.

A cuboid is 100% of a cuboid and 0% of any other shape.

Yes, I can name one thing. A cuboid. What the hell is a cuboid anyway smartypants?

A cuboid has 6 faces.

A cuboid has 8 corners.

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You use a tape measure, or similar.

It can hold 108000 more cubic cm.

Assuming the tank is cuboid, the area of its base is 60 x 40 cm squared, i.e. 2400 cm squared. Thus the height of water is 81000/2400 cm = 33.75 cm.

One way is to cut a small hole in one side of the cuboid, and fill it with water. Then pour the water out into other shapes of equal volume.

A spherical water tank is stronger, as any forces, internally and externally, is spread around the surface evenly. Also, there is a weakness in cuboid shaped tanks at the seams and corners where the metal has been bent to form the squarish shape.

Yes, cuboid has vertices(or corners). A cuboid has eight vertices.

A cuboid is 100% of a cuboid and 0% of any other shape.

diagram of cuboid

A liter equals 1dm³ in volume. Since 50dm³ are 50000cm³, a cuboid with the dimensions 50cm * 50cm* 20cm would fit as well as a tube of 1m height and 25.23cm diameter.

a net cuboid is a net of cuboid. that means a form of making cuboard.

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Yes, a cuboid is a prism.