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An aquarium has a length of 20 inches, a width of 10 inches, and a height of 18 inches. The directions tell you to fill the aquarium until you have a 2-inch gap between the top of the water level and the top of the aquarium. What is the volume of the water?
400 in.3 3,600 in.3 3,200 in.3 2,304 in.3
Your water-level height will be 18 - 2 or 16. So now, you get the volume of water by V = w x L x h where you use the new "h" of 16. w = 10 and L = 20
Actually, your volume V is: V = w x L x h V = 10 x 20 x 16
so do i do 10 times 20 times 16?
yes, and then you'll have the right answer.
Yes, good job again. I think you're getting this.