# SOLUTION: A cylindrical tank with diameter 60cm and length 150cm rests on its side. The fluid in the tank leaks from a valve that is 20cm off the ground. When no more fluid leaks out , wha

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 Question 76333: A cylindrical tank with diameter 60cm and length 150cm rests on its side. The fluid in the tank leaks from a valve that is 20cm off the ground. When no more fluid leaks out , what is the volume of the remaining fluid? Answer by zerosignal(28)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!1.) Find total volume of the tank: d=diameter of tank, h=length of tank 2.) Find out the remaining fluid volume in the tank after it leaks out: If the tank diameter is 60 cm, and the valve is 20 cm off the ground, then the volume can be expressed as a fraction. = Therefore, of the total fluid volume will remain in the tank; so, total_volume * 1/3 = remaining_volume