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Water is to be transferred completely from a cylindrical tank to a rectangular tank. What is the height of the water in the rectangular tank after the transfer is completed, if the height of the water was 10 inches in the cylindrical tank?

(1) The base of the cylindrical tank has the same area as the base of the rectangular tank.
(2) The radius of the cylindrical tank is 3 feet.

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Water is to be transferred completely from a cylindrical tank to a rectangular tank. What is the height of the water in the rectangular tank after the transfer is completed, if the height of the water was 10 inches in the cylindrical tank?

(1) The base of the cylindrical tank has the same area as the base of the rectangular tank.
(2) The radius of the cylindrical tank is 3 feet.


Question : Height of water in rectangular tank = ?

To answer this question we need
1) Radius of cylindrical tank
2) Base area of rectangular tank


Statement 1: The base of the cylindrical tank has the same area as the base of the rectangular tank.

i.e. Heights of water in both tank should also be same as the volume of the water remains the same hence
SUFFICIENT

Statement 2: The radius of the cylindrical tank is 3 feet

Base area of rectangular tank is still unknown hence
NOT SUFFICIENT

Answer: option A
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