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# The cross-section of a swimming pool is a trapezium ABCD. AB=12m CD= 13 m DA= 5 m and the length of the pool is 60 m. Find the volume of water it holds?

- 4500
- 5400
- 6200
- 2600

## The correct answer is: 2600

### We have given the cross section of the swimming pool as ABCD.

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