Find the height of the cuboidal tank with square base of area 169 m^{2}, if it can hold 253500 litres of water.

### Asked by Topperlearning User | 23rd Aug, 2017, 02:41: PM

Expert Answer:

Given, area of the base of the tank = 169 m^{2}

Let height of the tank = h m

Volume of the rectangular tank = Area of the base × height = 169 × h m^{3} = 169 h m^{3}

A rectangular tank can hold 253500 litres of water =

Thus we have

169 h = 253.5

Thus height of the tank is 1.5 m.

### Answered by | 23rd Aug, 2017, 04:41: PM

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