Question

# Kishore is making a 7 feet high door. If the height is 1 foot more than twice its width, what is its width?

Hint:

- Hint:

○ Form the eqaution using given information.

○ Take variable value as any alphabet.

○ Take terms with cofficient at one side and without cofficients at another side.

## The correct answer is: x = 3

- Step by step explanation:

○ Given:

6 ( x + 1)= 4 ( 1 + ) + 6 + 3x

○ Step 1:

○ Let the width of door be x feet.

So, according to question,

Height = 2x + 1

○ Step 1:

○ It is given that height is 7 feet

∴ Height = 2x + 1

7 = 2x + 1

7 - 1 = 2x

6 = 2x

x =

x = 3

- Final Answer:

Hence, the width of door is 3 feet.

○ Step 1:

○ Let the width of door be x feet.

So, according to question,

Height = 2x + 1

○ Step 1:

○ It is given that height is 7 feet

∴ Height = 2x + 1

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