The freezer has the shape of a cuboid with internal dimensions of 12 cm, 10 cm, and 30 cm. A layer of ice 23 mm thick was formed on the freezer's inner walls (and on the opening). How many liters of water will drain if we dispose of the freezer?

Correct answer:

V =  2.3768 l

Step-by-step explanation:

a=1.2 dm b=1.0 dm c=3.0 dm h=2 0.23=0.46 dm  V1=a b c=1.2 1 3=518=3.6 dm3 V2=(ah) (bh) (ch)=(1.20.46) (10.46) (30.46)1.015 dm3 V3=V1V2=3.61.0152.585 dm3 V4=V3 cm3=V3 1000  cm3=2.585 1000  cm3=2585.016 cm3  ρ1=0.9167 g/cm3 m1=ρ1 V4=0.9167 2585.0162369.6842 g m2=m1 kg=m1:1000  kg=2369.6842:1000  kg=2.36968 kg  ρ2=0.997 kg/dm3 V5=m2/ρ2=2.3697/0.9972.3768 dm3  V=V5 l=V5 1  l=2.3768 1  l=2.377 l=2.3768 l

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