(1) Mayur bhai decided to fit square tiles on the floor of kitchen. Each tiles measure 10 cm of length the of his kitchen is 170 c

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(1) Mayur bhai decided to fit square tiles on the floor of kitchen. Each tiles measure 10 cm of length the of his kitchen is 170 cm and its breath is 100 cm then how many tiles would be needed?

(2) Kiran Bhai wants to order concrete for a place which has length of 6 m breath of 5 m and height of 10 cm. How much of concrete will he needed?​​

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    2021-07-17T15:05:35+00:00

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    Mayur bhai decided to fit square tiles on the floor of kitchen. Each tiles measure 10 cm of length the of his kitchen is 170 cm and its breath is 100 cm then how many tiles would be needed?

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    To Find :-

    Tiles required

    Solution :-

    We know that

    No. of tiles required = Area of floor/Area of tiles

    Area of rectangle = l × b

    Area of square = s × s

    No. of tiles = l × b/s × s

    No. of tiles = 170 × 100/10 × 10

    No. of tiles = 170 × 100/100

    No. of tiles = 170

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    Kiran Bhai wants to order concrete for a place which has length of 6 m breath of 5 m and height of 10 cm

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    To Find :-

    Concrete needed

    Solution :-

    We know that

    1 cm = 0.01 m

    10 cm = 10 × 0.01 = 0.1 m

    Now

    Concrete needed = Volume occupied by place

    Volume = L × B × H

    Volume = 6 × 5 × 0.1

    Volume = 30 × 0.1

    Volume = 3 m³

    Conclusion :-

    Tiles needed is 170

    Concrete needed is 3 m³

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    2021-07-17T15:06:04+00:00

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    In the first question

    Mayur bhai decided to fit square tiles on the floor of kitchen. Each tiles measure 10 cm of length the of his kitchen is 170 cm and its breath is 100 cm

    In the second question

    Kiran Bhai wants to order concrete for a place which has length of 6 m breath of 5 m and height of 10 cm.

    To find :

    In the first question

    Length of a tile = 10cm

    Length of kitchen = 170cm

    Breadth of kitchen = 100cm

    As we know that,

    ★ Area of square is given by

    side × side i.e a²

    ★ Area of rectangle is given by

    Length × breadth i.e l × b

    According to the question

    → Area of a tile = Area of square

    → a × a

    → 10 × 10 = 100cm²

    Now,

    → Area of kitchen = Area of rectangle

    → l × b

    → 170 × 100

    → 17000 cm²

    Number of tiles needed in kitchen

    → Area of kitchen/Area of a tile

    → 17000/100

    → 170 tiles

    •°• Number of tiles needed i.e 170 tiles

    In the second question

    • Length = 6m

    • Breadth = 5m

    • Height = 10cm

    Let’s convert ‘cm’ into ‘m’

    → 1 m = 100cm

    → h = 10/100 = 0.1 m

    ★ Concrete is needed for a place = Volume of a place = Volume of cuboid

    → l × b × h

    → 6 × 5 × 0.1

    → 3 m³

    •°• Concrete is needed for a place is 3m³

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