Two cylindrical vessels are filled with water the radius of vessels is 15 cm and its height is 25 cms the radius and he got of other vessels are 10 cm and 18cm respectively find the radius of cylindrical vessels of height 30 cm which will just contain the water of the 2 given vessels

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2015-03-13T13:13:26+05:30
RADIUS of 1st cylinder(R)=15             RADIUS of 2 nd cylinder(r)=10
HEIGHT  of 1st cylinder(H)=25           HEIGHT  of 2nd cylinder(h)=18
Height of the biggest cylinder(H-1)=30  radious of the biggest cylinder(R-1)=?
volume of cylin...= 22/7*r*r*h
volume of:-
             1 st cylin...+2 nd cylin...=3 rd cylin....
                  (22/7*15*15*25) + (22/7*10*10*18)= (22/7*(R-1)*(R-1)*30)
                        =>taking the common outside,
                  22/7*5*5*(3*3*25+2*2*18) = 22/7*(R-1)*(R-1)*30
                        => 22/7 appears on both RHS and LHS, and will get canacelled!
   so,           25*(225+72) = (R-1)*(R-1)*30
                  25(297) = (R-1)*(R-1)*30
                  7425 = (R-1)*(R-1)*30
                  7425/30 = (R-1)*(R-1)
                  247.5 =  (R-1)*(R-1)
                        =>root of ( 247.5), i.e. 15.7=  (R-1)
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