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    Geometry Space: Cylinders

    A reservoir that takes the form of a straight cylinder contains a volume of water equal to \frac{2}{3} of their capacity. If you were removed from 50 liters of liquid the height of their fall from 10%. The total volume of the reservoir, in liters, is:


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    V_w=\frac{2}{3}V_r \Rightarrow V_r=\frac{3}{2}V_w
    50 l - 0,1 V_w
    500 l - V_w (volume of water),
    V_r=\frac{3}{2}*500 l=750 l
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