# Pool

Mr. Peter build a pool shape of a four-sided prism with rhombus base in the garden. Base edge length is 10 m, distance of the opposite walls of the pool is 7 m. Estimated depth is 160 cm.

How many hectoliters of water consume Mr. Peter to fill the pool?

How many hectoliters of water consume Mr. Peter to fill the pool?

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