# Tank 11

When 150 litres has been drawn from a tank it is 3/8 full, how many litres will the tank hold?

**Result****Leave us a comment of example and its solution (i.e. if it is still somewhat unclear...):**

**Showing 0 comments:**

**Be the first to comment!**

#### To solve this example are needed these knowledge from mathematics:

## Next similar examples:

- Vehicle tank

A vehicle tank was 3/5 full of petrol. When 21 liters of fuel was added it was 5/6 full. How many liters of petrol can the tank hold? - Water 31

Richard takes 3 1/6 liters of water before noon and 2 3/5 liters of water after noon. How many litres of water does Richard consume a day ? - Milk

At the kindergarten, every child got 1/5 liter of milk in the morning and another 1/8 liter of milk in the afternoon. How many liters were consumed per day for 20 children? - Pears

There were pears in the basket. I took them two fifths and left them in a basket of six. How many pears I took? - King's birthday

To celebrate the king's birthday workers fire 1/5 all purchased rockets. To celebrate the Queen's birthday fire 1/6 of the remaining rockets and to celebrate the birthday of king's son remaining 15,000 rockets. How many rockets they purchased? - Two bricks

One brick weighs 1kg and half a brick, how many weigh two bricks? - Cookies

Mom bake cookies. Rolo took 2/9 of all cookies, Michal 3/9. How many cookies ate Rolo if Michal had 9. - Simple equation 6

Solve equation with one variable: X/2+X/3+X/4=X+4 - Unknown number

I think the number - its sixth is 3 smaller than its third. - Eqn

Solve equation with fractions: 2x/3-50=40+x/4 - Simple equation 5

Solve equation with fractions: X × 3/8 = 1/2 - Equation 20

In given equation: 8/9-4/5=2/9+x, find x - Unknown number 23

Find 2/3 of unknown number, which is two thirds of the 99. - Fraction to decimal

Write the fraction 3/22 as a decimal. - Fractions

Three-quarters of an unknown number are 4/5. What is 5/6 of this unknown number? - Fraction and a decimal

Write as a fraction and a decimal. One and two plus three and five hundredths - Brick

Isosceles scale has on one side all brick and second weight 1 kg and 1/4 of brick. The balance is in equilibrium. What is the weight of a brick?