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A cubical tank is filled with water to a level of 2 feet. If the water in the tank occupies 18 cubic feet, to what fraction of its capacity is the tank filled with water

A)1/9
B)2/9
C)1/3
D)1/2
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Mar 2004, 00:23
given 2x^2 = 18 find 2x^2/x^3

2/x = 2/3 E it is
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How can 2x^2 be 18..............isn't it 18 cubic feet.......can anyone clarify??
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Mar 2004, 06:06
Agree with 2/3
The base of the cube is X * X = X^2
The height of cube to which water is filled is 2. We can then find X with equation 2*X^2 = 18 --> X = 3
2X^2 / X^3 = 2/X = 2/3
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Paul, thanks...........I understand now!!
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