# SOLUTION: A water tank is h feet high. Water is flowing from this water tank with a velocity V feet per second. The model representing the relationship between the velocity and height is giv

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 Question 495821: A water tank is h feet high. Water is flowing from this water tank with a velocity V feet per second. The model representing the relationship between the velocity and height is given by V=6xsqrt;h Find the height of a water tank that provides a water flow of 60 feet per second. Answer by Alan3354(30959)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!V=6xsqrt;h Find the height of a water tank that provides a water flow of 60 feet per second. ------------ Use the asterisk for multiply, not the x, and sqrt(h) for sq roots. V=6*sqrt(h) h = 100 No units were given for height, I'd guess it's feet.