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Q3. The height of the water in a rectangular container with a base area of 500cm” is 4cm.

Meiling adds 2.51 of water into the container. What is the height of water in the container

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Q3. The height of the water in a rectangular container with a base area of 500cm” is 4cm.

Meiling adds

By Piper

Answer:Here Length and breadth of rectangular base =4.4 m and 2 m

440 cm and 200 cm

Height of water level in container =4 cm

Radius of cylinder =40 cm

Let height of the water level in cylinder be H.

Since, same water is transferred into another cylindrical container

Therefore,

Volume of water in rectangular container = volume of water in cylinder

Length × Breadth × Height of water level =π(radius)2× level in cylinder

440×200×4=722×(40)2×H

H=22×40×40440×200×4×7

H=2×1040×5×7

H=12×5×7

H=70 cm

Hence, Water level in cylinder will be 70 cm.

Answer:I believe it would be 6.51cm?Step-by-step explanation: