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Pipes and Cisterns Tips and Tricks for Government Exams

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1. What is the formula to calculate the time taken to fill a cistern?
Ans. The formula to calculate the time taken to fill a cistern is: time = volume of cistern / rate of filling.
2. How can I calculate the rate of filling for a cistern?
Ans. The rate of filling for a cistern can be calculated by dividing the volume of the cistern by the time taken to fill it.
3. What is the formula to calculate the time taken to empty a cistern?
Ans. The formula to calculate the time taken to empty a cistern is: time = volume of cistern / rate of emptying.
4. How can I calculate the rate of emptying for a cistern?
Ans. The rate of emptying for a cistern can be calculated by dividing the volume of the cistern by the time taken to empty it.
5. Can I use the same formulas for both filling and emptying a cistern?
Ans. No, the formulas for calculating the time taken and the rate of filling are different from those used for emptying a cistern.
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