Compute the volume of water in the rectangular tank:
Substitute 0.6 m for L, 0.35 m for width and 0.015 m for height.
Thus the volume of the rectangular tank is 0.0315 cubic meters.
Convert the volume of the cylindrical container from litres to `m^3`
(1 liter=0.001 cubic meters)
`V=(50 l)(0.001 m^3/l)=0.05m^3`
Thus the volume of the cylindrical container is 0.05 cubic meters.
Compute the base area A of the cylindrical container:
V=AxH or A=V/H
Substitute 0.05`m^3` for volume and 0.7 m for height H.
Compute the height of water in the cylindrical container using
Substitute the volume of water 0.0315`m^3` for V and 0.07`m^2` for A.
Thus the depth of the water in the cylindrical container is 0.45m.