Posted by **riley** on Thursday, May 10, 2012 at 8:13pm.

I'm doing a unit on volume and surface area. So there's a diagram that shows a fish tank after a container of water is poured into the tank. How many containers of water are needed to fill the tank? What is the formula to finding this?

## Answer this Question

## Related Questions

- math - A rectangular prism with a base area of 38 sq in & height of 9 in is ...
- math - a cubic container was completely filled with water. when 3/4 of the water...
- Geometry - Linda has two fish tanks in the shape of rectangular prisms. Each of...
- math - A tank contained 22.5m^3 of water. More water was poured into the tank at...
- Math 6 Help!!! - Danny poured 78 liters of water into containers X, Y, and Z. ...
- Math - A cylinder fish tank has a volume of 301.44, a rectangular fish tank as a...
- fish tank;; deals with volume. :] - A cylinder shaped fish talk is 40cm high ...
- Physics - A primitive diving bell consists of a cylindrical tank with one end ...
- Physics - A./_\ B.\_/ C.|_| The three tanks shown above are filled with water to...
- Re post water in tanks problem - A./_\ B.\_/ C.|_| The three tanks shown above ...

More Related Questions