A rectangular water tank measures 15m x 6m at top and is 10m deep. It is full of water. If water is drawn out lowering the level by 1 meter, how much of water has been drawn out?

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Asked: May 12, 20222022-05-12T03:33:40+05:30
2022-05-12T03:33:40+05:30In: CSAT

0%(a) 900 litres ( 0 voters )

0%(b) 4500 litres ( 0 voters )

0%(c) 45000 litres ( 0 voters )

100%(d) 90000 litres ( 7 voters )

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Water drawn out of tank = Initial volume of tank – Final volume of the tank

= {[15x6x10] – [15x6x(10-1)]}

= {[15x6x10] – [15x6x9]}

= 15x6x1

= 90 cubic metre

= 90 x 1000 literes

= 90000 litres