In a shower, 5 cm

Given: 5 cm of rain falls.

2 hectares of ground.

2 hectares = 20000 m3 ( 1 hectares = 10000 m3)

Area of land which is filled with rain upto 5cm high is 20000 m3

Let V be the volume of the water on the land.

The volume of the water on the land is: area(of land) × height of the water on the land.

V = Area(of land) × height

V = 20000 × ( 1cm = m )

V = 1000 m3

The volume of the water that falls on 2 hectares of ground, is: 1000m3

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