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The velocity of efflux through a hole is given by Where h is the height of the tank. If the hole is at the top of the tank, v is obviously zero. Therefore, the average velocity of efflux . If the volume of water in the tank, when it is full, is V and A the cross-sectional area of the hole, then time taken by the tank to be emptied is When the tank is half-full, V is replaced by and h is replaced by . Therefore, time taken now is  .

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