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The best way to solve this is to break the total volume of the pool up into two simple shapes.
The upper volume of the pool will be a simple rectangular solid with the following dimensions:
Volume of this section = L x W x D = 35 m^3
Now the lower volume of the pool will be a a triangular prism solid with he following dimensions:
Height=2m (3m total - 1m top section)
Volume of this section = 0.5 x B x H x W = 35m^3
Now just add these two sections together to find the total volume of the pool:
V1 + V2 = 35 m^3 + 35 m^3 = 70 m^3
Therefore the total volume of the pool is 70 cubic meters.
I hope that was helpful to you, good luck.
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Posted on May 29, 2011
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