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A cuboidal vessel is 10 cm long
and 5 cm wide. How high it must be made to hold

300 cm3 of a liquid?

Answer:

Given details are,

Volume of a liquid in the vessel = 300 cm3

Length of a cuboidal vessel = 10 cm

Breadth of a cuboidal vessel = 5 cm

Let height of cuboidal vessel be ‘h’ cm

We know that, l × b × h = 300 cm3

h = 300/(l × b)

= 300/(10×5)

= 6cm

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