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2016-02-21T15:39:36+05:30
Hope it helps to you
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Roddhigala please mark my answer as brailest pleaseeeeeeeeeeee pleaseeeeeeeeeeee I need it
ummm.....but it is not coming mark as brainlist :-( and and what about the height of second containter given as 50 cm
It is not necessary
okay....but my spellin is Riddhi 
2016-02-21T15:44:30+05:30
I'm assuming these cans are cuboid in shape.

Volume of kerosene = Volume of first can = 20*20*45 = 18000 cc
Assuming height of kerosene in new can is h cm

Volume of kerosene = Width*Length of new can * h
=> 18000 = 25*15*h
=> h = 18000/(25*15) = 48cm
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