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Hi anyone can help me with this question? Thx

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Cristalle Wang
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Volume = L X B X H
Therefore to find out the amount of water poured in from the 9 bottles, you have to take the total capacity of the tank - the original water volume - the remaining vol needed to fill the entire tank to the brim.

Hence, 29808- 9936 - 1152 = 18720 ml. This is for the vol of 9 bottles, to find one bottle you then have to divide the amount by 9.

Hope this helps.