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# Water evaporates at the rate of two liters per hour per one

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10 Dec 2007, 08:44
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Water evaporates at the rate of two liters per hour per one square mater of surface. How long will it take to evaporate 30 liters of water from a 56 ton swimming pool if the depth of the pool is 2 meters?

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10 Dec 2007, 09:00
Hi,
The pool has area 56/2=28 sqr.m then for 1 houl the pool will evaporate 56 litres of water . then it will take 30/56 hours to evaporate 30 liters of water

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10 Dec 2007, 09:50
bmwhype2 wrote:
Water evaporates at the rate of two liters per hour per one square mater of surface. How long will it take to evaporate 30 liters of water from a 56 ton swimming pool if the depth of the pool is 2 meters?

Not sure how the conversion from ton to meters works... I think that if such a Q showed up on the GMAT, it would give us the conversion...

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# Water evaporates at the rate of two liters per hour per one

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