Q: What is the volume of a tank measuring 5m x 5m x 2m?

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one tank radius of 2m height 5m is laid side wise the level of water is 40 cm in tank what will the volume?

5x2x2 = 20, which means 20 tonnes (20,000kg), which means 20,000 litres.

The volume is 5 x 3 x 2 which is 30 m3.

5×2×3=30m^3 30m^3 is the answer

5m-7m = 12 -2m = 12 -2m/-2 = 12/-2 m = -6

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one tank radius of 2m height 5m is laid side wise the level of water is 40 cm in tank what will the volume?

5m = 2m - 153m = -15m = -15/3m = -5

5x2x2 = 20, which means 20 tonnes (20,000kg), which means 20,000 litres.

The volume is 3*5*2 = 30 cubic metres.

The volume is 5 x 3 x 2 which is 30 m3.

You have to evaporate (by open boiling) 45 mL of the 75 mL 2M NaCl solution thus reducing the volume to 30 mL 5M NaCl.

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5×2×3=30m^3 30m^3 is the answer

5m-7m = 12 -2m = 12 -2m/-2 = 12/-2 m = -6