Answer :

__Given:__ Internal diameter of hemispherical tank = 14 m

Tank contains 50kl = 50m^{3} of water (since, 1kl = 1m^{3})

Where

r = radius of hemispherical tank

Thus,

Volume of water pumped into the tank = Volume of hemispherical

tank – 50m^{3}

Volume of water pumped into the tank = 718.66 – 50 = 668.66 m^{3}

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