Determine the dimensions of the new model, Electrical Engineering

The manufacturers of the tank described in Problem would like to  design another model, with twice the capacity of the one described in figure. The ratio of height to diameter must remain the same as in the  previous model. Use MATLAB to determine the dimensions of the new  model.

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