Given the volume V of a tank in liter. There is a pump which is filling the tank at speed of M liter per minute. There is a leakage at the bottom of the tank which wasting water at speed N liter per minute. Given N is less than M. The task is to calculate how much amount of water will be wasted if leakage is seen after filling the full tank.
Input : V = 700, M = 10, N = 3 Output : 300 Input : V = 1000, M = 100, N = 50 Output : 1000
Approach : Given the speed of filling pump is M liter per minute. So, the amount of water filled in one minute is M Liter. Also, N litres of water is wasted in a minute. Therefore after one minute the amount of water in the tank will be (M – N). Hence total time taken to fill the tank with leakage will be V / (M-N).
Therefore the amount of wasted water will be (V / (M-N)) * N.
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