The container has a cylindrical shape, the base diameter is 0.8 m, and the area of the base is equal to the area of the wall. How many liters of water can we pour into the container?

Correct answer:

V =  100.531 l

Step-by-step explanation:

D=0.8 m r=D/2=0.8/2=52=0.4 m S=π r2=3.1416 0.420.5027 m2 S = π D h h=S/(π D)=0.5027/(3.1416 0.8)=51=0.2 m V1=S h=0.5027 0.20.1005 m3 V=1000 V1=1000 0.1005=100.531 l

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