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Water flows through a pipe with the inner diameter of 16 cm at a speed of 0.8m/s.

(a)Find the volume of water flows out from the pipe per second.

(Express your answer in term of 兀)

(b)The height and the base area of a cylinder tank are 1m and 2m respectively.How long does it take to fill the tank with water flows out from the pipe above?(Express your answer in minute.)

Thank you!!

### 1 Answer

- wkho28Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
(a) The volume of water flows out from the pipe per second is

[( 16 / 2 )cm]^2 兀 X 0.8m = ( 64 cm^2)兀 X 80 cm= 5120兀 cm^3

(b) The height of a cylindrical tank is 1m.

The base area of a cylindrical tank is 2m. ( The dimension is not correct, it should be 2m^2, right ? )

Volume of the cylindrical tank is 2 m^2 X 1m = 2 m^3 = 1000000 cm^3

In order to fill the tank with water flows out from the pipe above, it takes

1000000 / 5120兀 seconds = 62.170 seconds = 1.036 minutes

2009-05-28 19:03:54 補充：

I am sorry that I make a mistake in Part (b).

Volume of the cylindrical tank is 2 m^2 X 1m = 2 m^3 = 2000000 cm^3

Therefore it takes 2000000 / 5120兀 seconds = 124.340 seconds = 2.072 minutes