kkalyan wrote:

A cylinder tank with radius of the base 1 and height 2 is half full of water. If all the water is poured into another cylinder tank with height 1 and radius of the base 2, to what percent of its capacity will this new tank be filled?

(C) 2008 GMAT Club - m25#37

20%

25%

32%

35%

40%

Volume of a cylinder=

\pi*r^2*hVolume of a cylinder 1=

\pi*(1)^2*2=2 \pi. Since the tank is half filled, Volume of water=

\frac{2 \pi}{2}=\piVolume of a cylinder 2=

\pi*(2)^2*1=4 \pi% of water in 2= [(Volume of water)/(Volume of a cylinder 2)]*100

% of water in 2

=\frac{\pi}{4 \pi}*100=25%Ans: "B"

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