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How many liters of water are in a cube-shaped pool with dimensions equal to 3 whole six meters b equals one full 9 meters and a depth of one total 5 meters if it is filled to only three-quarters of its volume?

Correct answer:

V =  25650 l

Step-by-step explanation:

a=3.6 m dm=3.6 10  dm=36 dm b=1.9 m dm=1.9 10  dm=19 dm c=5 m dm=5 10  dm=50 dm  V=43 a b c=43 36 19 50=25650 l

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