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Cod3tte
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the diagram shows a partly filled oil tank
width=2
length=5
height =3
the depth of oil in the tank is 1.2m
1 cubic metre is equivalent to 1000 litres
work out the quantity of oil in the tank
give your answer in litres
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2 * 5 * 1.2 = volume of oil
Volume of oil converted to litres = answer
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(Original post by S3_Ella)
2 * 5 * 1.2 = 12 cubic metres of oil
12 * 1000 = 1200 litres
Thanks for that. What about this one? I've never covered this, I'm in Y7 and missed the last 2 days of schools because I was poorly.
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Thanks for that. What about this one? I've never covered this, I'm in Y7 and missed the last 2 days of schools because I was poorly.
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Water used by shower:
Calculate the water used by multiplying the amount of water used per minute by the amount of time

Water used by bath:
Calculate the volume of the bath and convert to litres (by dividing by 1000)

Water saved:
Water used by bath - water used by shower
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(Original post by S3_Ella)
Water used by shower:
10.6 * 7 = 74.2 litres
Please edit your post - it is against the rules of the maths forum to post solutions. Just give a hint please
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Please edit your post - it is against the rules of the maths forum to post solutions. Just give a hint please
Sorry, I didn’t know!!! I’ll edit now
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Sorry, I didn’t know!!! I’ll edit now
Thank you - anyone can help but just give a next step another time
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