# Area and volume(Plz show step by step)

A cylindrical can of diameter 36 cm contains water to depth of 25 cm. When the water inside the can is poured into another cylindrical can with diameter 30 cm 1/3 of the water inside is spilt. Find the depth of the water inside the other

cylindrical can .

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- Tommy T.K. LauLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Volume of water

=πr2h

=π(36/2)2(25)

= 8100π

In the new can, 1/3 of water split.

So, capacity of water = (1 – 1/3) x volume of water

= 2/3 x 8100π

= 5400π

Also, capacity of new can =πr2h

So, 5400π=π(30)2h

h = 5400 / 900

= 6 cm

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