lili.gallegos
  • lili.gallegos
How do you find minimum surface area of an open-top, square based, rectangular metal tank that will have a volume of 61 ft^3 ?
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  • schrodinger
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amistre64
  • amistre64
how do we define surface area for the tank? outside, or is inside included?
amistre64
  • amistre64
assuming it just means the outside, how would you propose we setup a formula for finding the volume and surface area of the tank to start with?
courtneygraley009
  • courtneygraley009
You can use this online calculator to determine the surface area. This calculator is very easy to understand and use. http://www.acalculator.com/volume-conversion-calculator.html

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lili.gallegos
  • lili.gallegos
thank you !
anonymous
  • anonymous
please see my attached solution. I'm not good in typing...
anonymous
  • anonymous
The squares width for a minimum surface area for a volume of 61 ft^3 is:\[w\to \sqrt[3]{122} \] or 4.95968 to the nearest 0.00001 ft^3. Refer to the attached file.
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