MathematicsA shower produces 5 cm of rain. What quantity of water falls on two hectares of land?

A shower produces 5 cm of rain. What quantity of water falls on two hectares of land?


  1. A
    500 m 3  
  2. B
    750 m 3  
  3. C
    800 m 3  
  4. D
    1000 m 3   

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    Solution:

    It is given that a shower produces 5 cm of rain.
    Therefore the volume of a shower's waterfalls on area A is A×h,    where h is the ground's depth.
    Depth of the ground is,
      5cm= 5 100 m   Area=2hectares. =2×10000 m 2  
    Calculate the volume of water as shown:
      V= 2×10000× 5 100 m 3 =1000 m 3  
    Therefore, the amount of water that falls on two hectares of land is 1000  m 3 .  
    Hence, option (4) is correct.
     
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