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When a rock is put into a tank full of water, water is displaced and is collected by a container. If the base of that container is 12cm x 15cm and the water level is 4.5 cm, what is the volume of the rock?

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    The rock volume equals the displaced water volume, which is 12x15x4.5 = ? cm^3

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