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The area represented under the curve is a triangle (up to t = 2 hours) plus a rectangle. How do you find the sum of that area?sophbell said:
topsquark said:The area represented under the curve is a triangle (up to t = 2 hours) plus a rectangle. How do you find the sum of that area?
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The time it takes to fill a water tank can be calculated by dividing the volume of the tank by the flow rate of the water source. This will give you the time in hours it takes to fill the tank.
The main factors that affect the time it takes to fill a water tank are the size of the tank, the flow rate of the water source, and any obstructions or restrictions in the water flow. Other factors that may play a role include the temperature and viscosity of the water, as well as the pressure of the water source.
To increase the speed of filling a water tank, you can either increase the flow rate of the water source or decrease the volume of the tank. You can also remove any obstructions or restrictions in the water flow to improve the filling speed.
Yes, the formula for calculating the time to fill a water tank is: Time = Volume / Flow Rate. Make sure to use consistent units for volume and flow rate (e.g. liters and liters per hour) to get an accurate result.
Yes, the time it takes to fill a water tank can vary depending on the factors mentioned above. It can also vary if there are any changes in the water flow rate or if there are any changes in the size or shape of the tank. Additionally, external factors such as power outages or equipment malfunctions can also affect the filling time.