# How many litres of water will the fire engine have available for putting out the fire?

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A fire engine travels eight km to a fire at a speed of 32 kmph.

Its tank holds 5000 litres of water but it has been leaking at a rate of 200 litres per hour throughout its journey.

How many litres of water will the fire engine have available for putting out the fire?

posted Oct 14, 2014

Ans: 4050 litres

I believe it would have 4950 liters left to put out the fire.

answer Jan 7, 2018 by anonymous

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