Classical Mechanics

# SI Fluid Measure

If a cylindrical container has a base area of $$12 \text{ cm}^2$$ and a height of $$6 \text{ cm}$$, how many mL of water can it hold?

Liquefied natural gas is filled in a horizontal cylindrical tank, as shown above. The diameter of the circular base and the length of the cylindrical tank are $$d=6\text{ m}$$ and $$l=14\text{ m},$$ respectively, and the height of the liquefied natural gas is $$h=3\text{ m}.$$ Find the volume of the liquefied natural gas in the tank.

$$18 0\text{ mL}$$ of water is poured into a cylindrical cup with base area $$30\text{ cm}^2$$ and height $$15 \text{ cm}.$$ What is the height of the water inside the cup?

In the figure above, a water reservoir has a rectangular base floor with dimensions $$3\text{ km}\times 2\text{ km}$$ and a depth of $$8 \text{ m}.$$ If this reservoir is half-full, what is the volume of the water in liters?

What is $$8\text{ L}$$ in $$\text{m}^3?$$

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