0.8 portion of a tank is filled with water. If 25 litres of water is taken out from the tank, 14 litres of excess water over the half filled up tank remains in it. Find the capacity of the tank.

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0.8 portion of a tank is filled with water. If 25 litres of water is taken out from the tank, 14 litres of excess water over the half filled up tank remains in it. Find the capacity of the tank.

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So this is going to be a proportionality of how much water the tank can hold at what point.
options are (a) 100 litres (b) 130 litres (c) 200 litres (d) 150 litres Ans-(b)
bt i dnt know how come the ans is coming

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So if we let c represent the capacity of the tank, then lets see what 0.8 portion of the tank would be like.. |dw:1440402765782:dw|
Then it says 25 L of the 4/5ths capacity is taken out, this can be represented as: \[0.8c - 25\] Then it says that 14 L of `excess` water water `remains` over `half` the tank's capacity. that can be represented as : \[0.5c + 14\] we can equate these two to find the capacity \(c\) of the tank. \[0.8c - 25 = 0.5c + 14\] Now just solve for \(c\) andyou'llfind your answer.
i must say u r very brilliant ....thanx :)
no problem, your welcome!
@yashiii she's smart AND pretty :O
i think it would be 0.4c+ 14 ,because it is saying water is half filled ,..i am confused
when you think of half, you think of 0.5 or \(\frac{1}{2}\)
hehe..okay @Empty
i am not getting that equation,how we are equating those quations @Jhannybean
I was talking about @Jhannybean not you @yashiii sorry for the confusion...
hahhhahahah,i knew already rofl @Empty
we have to set them equal to eachother because one, we given how much water is taken OUT at a certain capacity, and two, you are told how much excess water remains when the tank is at half capacity after the 25 L are taken out
so you set them equal to eachother to find the general capacity of the tank
thankyou so much.got it :)

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