ibm - there are two tanks such that the length of the square base tank is 22m and the radius of the circular base tank is 14mif the capacity of two tanks are equal then what will be the ratio of their respective heights - skillgun

Length of the square base tank is 22m.
We know the length and width of the square are equal.
Volume of the square base tank = lbh1 = 22 x 22 x h1
The radius of the circular base tank is 14m.
Volume of the circular base tank = area of base x height
pi x r x r x h2 = (22/7) x 14 x 14 = 28 x 22 x h2
The capacity(volume) of two tanks are equal.
i.e., 22 x 22 x h1 = 28 x 22 x h2
h1/h2 = 28/22 = 14/11
Hence the required ratio = 14:11