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Posted by **laura** on Saturday, September 5, 2009 at 10:23pm.

this is from a textbook, but I do know which one it is

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**MathMate**, Saturday, September 5, 2009 at 10:54pmCalculate the volume used per year, V, in cubic metres. Note that there are 1000 l. in 1 m³.

Calculate the surface area of the lake in square metres, A.

The decrease in depth, D, is V/A metres, assuming no river feeds the lake, and no change in volume due to evaporation and rain.

V=1200 (l.)/1000 (l/m³)*40000 (people) * 365 (days)

=1200/1000*40000*365 m³

S=50 (km²)=50*1000*1000 (m²)

Calculate V, S and D=V/S

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