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The capacity of a rectangular tank is 5.2cubic metre and area of its base is 2.6×1000 square centimetres.find its height

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asked by Neha
  1. 2.6×1000 shows up on my computer as illegible.

    Volume = area of base x height
    but of course we must have the same units
    5.2 cubic metres = 5,200,000 cm^3

    so divide 5200000/(2.6×1000 ) to get the height in cm.

    posted by Reiny

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