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# A cylinder holds 10 liters of water. All of the water is

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A cylinder holds 10 liters of water. All of the water is poured into a cube, 50 cm on a side. What is the depth of the water (1 liter equals 1000 cubic cm of water)?

A) 4cm

B) 10cm

C) 40cm

D) 60cm

E) 100cm
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14 Jul 2006, 15:50
4 cm

Vcube=125,000 cm^3 --> Holds 125 Lts

[(10)(50)]/125 = 4cm
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14 Jul 2006, 17:44
(A) = 4cm

Volume as if cube is its a rectangle = 50*50 = 2500 cm2
2500*h = 10,000
h = 10,000/2500 = 4cm
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22 Jul 2006, 20:30
u2lover wrote:
A cylinder holds 10 liters of water. All of the water is poured into a cube, 50 cm on a side. What is the depth of the water (1 liter equals 1000 cubic cm of water)?

A) 4cm

B) 10cm

C) 40cm

D) 60cm

E) 100cm

volume filled in cube = A^2 X H = 10000
2500H=10000
h=4

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