Hectoliters 39141

The children's pool has the shape of a cylinder with a bottom diameter of 6 m and a height of 60 cm. The water reaches one decimeter below the top of the pool. How many hectoliters of water is in the pool?

Correct answer:

x =  141.3717 hl

Step-by-step explanation:

d=6 m h1=60 cm m=60:100  m=0.6 m h2=1 dm m=1:10  m=0.1 m  h=h1h2=0.60.1=21=0.5 m  r=d/2=6/2=3 m  V1=π r2 h=3.1416 32 0.514.1372 m3  x=V1 hl=V1 10  hl=14.1372 10  hl=141.372 hl=141.3717 hl



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