Two identical vessels poured water. In the first vessel, 10% of the capacity is not occupied

Two identical vessels poured water. In the first vessel, 10% of the capacity is not occupied by water, and in the second it is occupied by water – 10%. In the first one, 16 liters more than in the second. What is the capacity of one vessel?

Let’s calculate how many percent the first vessel is occupied with water:

100% – 10% = 90% – the first vessel is occupied by this percentage of water.

Let’s calculate, by what percentage, there is more water in the first vessel:

90% – 10% = 80% – this is the number of percent more water in the first vessel than in the second.

Let’s calculate how many liters are included in one vessel, making up the proportion:

16 l – 80%,

G – 100%.

Let’s make the equation:

G = 16 * 100: 80;

G = 1600: 80;

G = 20 liters – capacity of one vessel.

Answer: The capacity of one vessel is 20 liters.

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