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Question

What is the amount of air that can be held by a spherical ball of diameter 14 inches?

Hint:

Volume of sphere is equals 4 over 3 pi r cubed

The correct answer is: 1436.755


    Explanation:
    • We have given spherical ball of diameter 14 inches
    • We have to find the amount of air that can be held by a spherical ball of diameter 14 inches.
    Step 1 of 1:
    The diameter of the spherical ball is 14 inches
    The radius will be fraction numerator 14 text  inches  end text over denominator 2 end fraction equals 7 text  inches  end text
    So, The volume will be

    V equals 4 over 3 pi r cubed

    equals 4 over 3 pi left parenthesis 7 right parenthesis cubed
    equals 1436.755 inch cubed

    Related Questions to study

    General
    Maths-

    A wire when bent in the form of a equilateral triangle encloses an area of 36 √3 sq.cm.Find the area enclosed by the same wire when bent to form a square and a rectangle whose length is 2 cm more than its width.

    Hint:-
    Area of an equilateral triangle = (√3 / 4) × side2
    Area of a square = Side2
    Area of a rectangle = length × breadth
    Step-by-step solution:-
    Area of the triangle = (√3 / 4) × side2
    ∴   36 √3 = (√3 / 4) × side2 …................................................ (From given information)
    ∴   36 = 1 / 4 × side2
    ∴   36 × 4 = side2
    ∴   144 = side2
    ∴   12 = side ................................................................................. (Taking square root both the sides)
    i.e. Side of the triangle = 12 cm
    Length of the wire used to make the triangle = Perimeter of this triangle = 3 × side = 3 × 12 = 36 cm ..................... (Equation i)
    We Know that the same wire is used to make the square and the triangle.
    ∴ Perimeter of the square = perimeter of the triangle
    ∴ Perimeter of the square = 36 ...................................................................................................................... (From Equation i)
    ∴   4 × side = 36 .................................................................................. (Perimeter of a square = 4 × side)
    ∴   side = 36/4 = 9 cm ..................................................................................................... (Equation ii)
    ∴   Area of the square = side2
    ∴   Area of the square = 92 ........................................................................................................................ (From Equation ii)
    ∴   Area of the square = 81 cm2
    For the rectangle,
    Let the width be x cm
    ∴  Width = x cm ............................................................................................................................................ (Equation iii)
    ∴  Length = width + 2 cm = x + 2 ..................................................................................................................... (Equation iv)
    We Know that the same wire is used to make the rectangle and the triangle.
    ∴  Perimeter of the rectangle = perimeter of the triangle
    ∴  Perimeter of the rectangle = 36 ...................................................................................................................... (From Equation i)
    ∴  2 (length + breadth) = 36 .................................................................................. (Perimeter of a rectangle= 2 × length + breadth)
    ∴  2 (x + x + 2) = 36 ..................................................................................................... (From Equations iii & iv)
    ∴  2 (2x + 2 ) = 36
    ∴  4x + 4 = 36
    ∴  4x = 36 - 4
    ∴  4x = 32
    ∴   x = 32/4 = 8 cm ................................................................................... (Equation v)
    Substituting Equation v in Equations iii & iv, we get-
    Width = x = 8
    Length = x + 2 = 8 + 2 = 10
    ∴ Area of the rectangle = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of the rectangle = 8 × 10
    ∴ Area of the rectangle = 80 cm2
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ Areas of the given Square and rectangle are 81 cm2 & 80 cm2, respectively.

    A wire when bent in the form of a equilateral triangle encloses an area of 36 √3 sq.cm.Find the area enclosed by the same wire when bent to form a square and a rectangle whose length is 2 cm more than its width.

    Maths-General
    Hint:-
    Area of an equilateral triangle = (√3 / 4) × side2
    Area of a square = Side2
    Area of a rectangle = length × breadth
    Step-by-step solution:-
    Area of the triangle = (√3 / 4) × side2
    ∴   36 √3 = (√3 / 4) × side2 …................................................ (From given information)
    ∴   36 = 1 / 4 × side2
    ∴   36 × 4 = side2
    ∴   144 = side2
    ∴   12 = side ................................................................................. (Taking square root both the sides)
    i.e. Side of the triangle = 12 cm
    Length of the wire used to make the triangle = Perimeter of this triangle = 3 × side = 3 × 12 = 36 cm ..................... (Equation i)
    We Know that the same wire is used to make the square and the triangle.
    ∴ Perimeter of the square = perimeter of the triangle
    ∴ Perimeter of the square = 36 ...................................................................................................................... (From Equation i)
    ∴   4 × side = 36 .................................................................................. (Perimeter of a square = 4 × side)
    ∴   side = 36/4 = 9 cm ..................................................................................................... (Equation ii)
    ∴   Area of the square = side2
    ∴   Area of the square = 92 ........................................................................................................................ (From Equation ii)
    ∴   Area of the square = 81 cm2
    For the rectangle,
    Let the width be x cm
    ∴  Width = x cm ............................................................................................................................................ (Equation iii)
    ∴  Length = width + 2 cm = x + 2 ..................................................................................................................... (Equation iv)
    We Know that the same wire is used to make the rectangle and the triangle.
    ∴  Perimeter of the rectangle = perimeter of the triangle
    ∴  Perimeter of the rectangle = 36 ...................................................................................................................... (From Equation i)
    ∴  2 (length + breadth) = 36 .................................................................................. (Perimeter of a rectangle= 2 × length + breadth)
    ∴  2 (x + x + 2) = 36 ..................................................................................................... (From Equations iii & iv)
    ∴  2 (2x + 2 ) = 36
    ∴  4x + 4 = 36
    ∴  4x = 36 - 4
    ∴  4x = 32
    ∴   x = 32/4 = 8 cm ................................................................................... (Equation v)
    Substituting Equation v in Equations iii & iv, we get-
    Width = x = 8
    Length = x + 2 = 8 + 2 = 10
    ∴ Area of the rectangle = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of the rectangle = 8 × 10
    ∴ Area of the rectangle = 80 cm2
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ Areas of the given Square and rectangle are 81 cm2 & 80 cm2, respectively.
    General
    Maths-

    Volume of one big sphere is equal to the volume of 8 small spheres. Calculate the ratio of volume of big sphere to volume of small sphere.

    Explanation: 
    • We have given volume of one big sphere is equal to the volume of 8 small spheres
    • We have to find the ratio of volume of big sphere to volume of small sphere
    Step 1 of 1:
    We have given volume of one big sphere is equal to volume of 8small spheres.
    Let volume of big sphere be denoted as Vb and volume of small sphere be denoted as Vs
    So,
    table attributes columnalign right left right left right left right left right left right left columnspacing 0em 2em 0em 2em 0em 2em 0em 2em 0em 2em 0em end attributes row cell V subscript b equals 8 V subscript s end cell row cell V subscript b over V subscript s equals 8 over 1 end cell end table
    Therefore the ratio is 8:1

    Volume of one big sphere is equal to the volume of 8 small spheres. Calculate the ratio of volume of big sphere to volume of small sphere.

    Maths-General
    Explanation: 
    • We have given volume of one big sphere is equal to the volume of 8 small spheres
    • We have to find the ratio of volume of big sphere to volume of small sphere
    Step 1 of 1:
    We have given volume of one big sphere is equal to volume of 8small spheres.
    Let volume of big sphere be denoted as Vb and volume of small sphere be denoted as Vs
    So,
    table attributes columnalign right left right left right left right left right left right left columnspacing 0em 2em 0em 2em 0em 2em 0em 2em 0em 2em 0em end attributes row cell V subscript b equals 8 V subscript s end cell row cell V subscript b over V subscript s equals 8 over 1 end cell end table
    Therefore the ratio is 8:1
    General
    Maths-

    In the figure, ABCD is a rectangle and PQRS is a square. Find the area of the shaded portion.

    step-by-step solution:-
    we can see from the diagram that the Area of shaded portion can be calculated by-
    Step- 1: Finding the area of rectangle ABCD (with length = 20 cm & breadth = 15 cm) and
    Step- 2: Subtracting the area of square PQRS (with side = 5 cm) from it.
    ∴ Area of shaded portion = Area of rectangles ABCD - Area of □ PQRS
    ∴ Area of shaded portion = length × breadth - (side)2
    ∴ Area of shaded portion = (20 × 15) - 52
    ∴ Area of shaded portion = 300 - 25
    ∴ Area of shaded portion = 275 cm2
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ Area of the shaded portion is 275 cm2

    In the figure, ABCD is a rectangle and PQRS is a square. Find the area of the shaded portion.

    Maths-General
    step-by-step solution:-
    we can see from the diagram that the Area of shaded portion can be calculated by-
    Step- 1: Finding the area of rectangle ABCD (with length = 20 cm & breadth = 15 cm) and
    Step- 2: Subtracting the area of square PQRS (with side = 5 cm) from it.
    ∴ Area of shaded portion = Area of rectangles ABCD - Area of □ PQRS
    ∴ Area of shaded portion = length × breadth - (side)2
    ∴ Area of shaded portion = (20 × 15) - 52
    ∴ Area of shaded portion = 300 - 25
    ∴ Area of shaded portion = 275 cm2
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ Area of the shaded portion is 275 cm2
    parallel
    General
    Maths-

    A room is 10 m long and 6 m wide. How many tiles of size 20 cm by 10 cm are required to cover its floor?

    Hint:-
    Area of a rectangle = length × breadth
    Step-by-step solution:-
    Covering the floor of a room with tiles means putting tiles on the whole surface of the room.
    ∴ If we know the area of the whole room and the area of each tile, we can find the number of tiles required to cover the floor.
    Let the number of tiles required be n
    Now, from the given information,
    length of the room = l1 = 10m
    breadth of the room = b1 = 6m
    length of each tile = l2 = 20 cm = 0.2 m ............................................... (1m = 100 cm. ∴ 20 cm = 20/100 m = 0.2 m)
    breadth of each tile = b2 = 10 cm = 01. m ............................................ (1m = 100 cm. ∴ 10 cm = 10/100 m = 0.1 m)
    ∴ Area of the room = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of the room = 10 × 6
    ∴ Area of the room = 60 m2 ............................................................... (Equation i)
    Area of each tile = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of each tile = 0.2 × 0.1
    ∴ Area of each tile = 0.02 m2 ............................................................... (Equation ii)
    Area of the room = Area of each tile × total number of tiles required.
    ∴ 60 = 0.02 × total number of tiles required ................... (From Equations i & ii)
    ∴ 60 / 0.02 = total number of tiles required
    ∴ 3,000 = total number of tiles required
    Step-by-step solution:-
    Covering the floor of a room with tiles means putting tiles on the whole surface of the room.
    ∴ If we know the area of the whole room and the area of each tile, we can find the number of tiles required to cover the floor.
    Let the number of tiles required be n
    Now, from the given information,
    length of the room = l1 = 10m
    breadth of the room = b1 = 6m
    length of each tile = l2 = 20 cm = 0.2 m ............................................... (1m = 100 cm. ∴ 20 cm = 20/100 m = 0.2 m)
    breadth of each tile = b2 = 10 cm = 01. m ............................................ (1m = 100 cm. ∴ 10 cm = 10/100 m = 0.1 m)
    ∴ Area of the room = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of the room = 10 × 6
    ∴ Area of the room = 60 m2 ............................................................... (Equation i)
    Area of each tile = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of each tile = 0.2 × 0.1
    ∴ Area of each tile = 0.02 m2 ............................................................... (Equation ii)
    Area of the room = Area of each tile × total number of tiles required.
    ∴ 60 = 0.02 × total number of tiles required ................... (From Equations i & ii)
    ∴ 60 / 0.02 = total number of tiles required
    ∴ 3,000 = total number of tiles required
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ 3,000 tiles would be required to cover the floor of the given room.

    A room is 10 m long and 6 m wide. How many tiles of size 20 cm by 10 cm are required to cover its floor?

    Maths-General
    Hint:-
    Area of a rectangle = length × breadth
    Step-by-step solution:-
    Covering the floor of a room with tiles means putting tiles on the whole surface of the room.
    ∴ If we know the area of the whole room and the area of each tile, we can find the number of tiles required to cover the floor.
    Let the number of tiles required be n
    Now, from the given information,
    length of the room = l1 = 10m
    breadth of the room = b1 = 6m
    length of each tile = l2 = 20 cm = 0.2 m ............................................... (1m = 100 cm. ∴ 20 cm = 20/100 m = 0.2 m)
    breadth of each tile = b2 = 10 cm = 01. m ............................................ (1m = 100 cm. ∴ 10 cm = 10/100 m = 0.1 m)
    ∴ Area of the room = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of the room = 10 × 6
    ∴ Area of the room = 60 m2 ............................................................... (Equation i)
    Area of each tile = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of each tile = 0.2 × 0.1
    ∴ Area of each tile = 0.02 m2 ............................................................... (Equation ii)
    Area of the room = Area of each tile × total number of tiles required.
    ∴ 60 = 0.02 × total number of tiles required ................... (From Equations i & ii)
    ∴ 60 / 0.02 = total number of tiles required
    ∴ 3,000 = total number of tiles required
    Step-by-step solution:-
    Covering the floor of a room with tiles means putting tiles on the whole surface of the room.
    ∴ If we know the area of the whole room and the area of each tile, we can find the number of tiles required to cover the floor.
    Let the number of tiles required be n
    Now, from the given information,
    length of the room = l1 = 10m
    breadth of the room = b1 = 6m
    length of each tile = l2 = 20 cm = 0.2 m ............................................... (1m = 100 cm. ∴ 20 cm = 20/100 m = 0.2 m)
    breadth of each tile = b2 = 10 cm = 01. m ............................................ (1m = 100 cm. ∴ 10 cm = 10/100 m = 0.1 m)
    ∴ Area of the room = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of the room = 10 × 6
    ∴ Area of the room = 60 m2 ............................................................... (Equation i)
    Area of each tile = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of each tile = 0.2 × 0.1
    ∴ Area of each tile = 0.02 m2 ............................................................... (Equation ii)
    Area of the room = Area of each tile × total number of tiles required.
    ∴ 60 = 0.02 × total number of tiles required ................... (From Equations i & ii)
    ∴ 60 / 0.02 = total number of tiles required
    ∴ 3,000 = total number of tiles required
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ 3,000 tiles would be required to cover the floor of the given room.
    General
    Maths-

    A Solid is in the form of a right circular cone mounted on a hemisphere. The radius of hemisphere is 3.5 cm and height of the cone is 4 cm . The solid is placed in a cylindrical vessel , full of water , in such a way that the whole solid is submerged in water. If the radius of cylindrical vessel is 5 cm and its height is 10.5 cm . Find the volume of water left in the cylindrical vessel

    Explanation:
    • We have given a Solid is in the form of a right circular cone mounted on a hemisphere. The radius of hemisphere is 3.5 cm and height of the cone is 4 cm . The solid is placed in a cylindrical vessel , full of water , in such a way that the whole solid is submerged in water. If the radius of cylindrical vessel is 5 cm and its height is 10.5 cm
    • We have to find volume of water left in the cylindrical vessel.
    Step 1 of 1:
    We have given radius of the hemisphere is 3.5cm
    Now the solids is in the form of a right circular cone mounted on a hemisphere, then radius of the base  of the cone will be equal to radius of the hemisphere.
    Radius of the base of the cone is
    Height of the cone is
    So,
    Volume of the solid = volume of the cone + volume of hemisphere.
    So,

    V subscript text solid  end text end subscript equals 1 third pi r squared h plus 2 over 3 pi r cubed

    equals 1 third pi r squared left parenthesis h plus 2 r right parenthesis

    equals 1 third pi 3.5 squared left parenthesis 4 plus 7 right parenthesis

    = 141.109
    Now the radius of the base of the cylindrical vessel is 5cm
    Height of the cylindrical vessel is 10.5cm
    So, Volume of the water in the cylindrical vessel will be

    V equals pi r squared h

    equals 22 over 7 cross times 25 cross times 10.5

    = 825cm3
    Now, when the solid is completely submerged in the cylindrical vessel full of water,
    The
    Volume of the water left in the vessel = volume of the water in the vessel – volume of solid

    = (825 - 141.16)cm3

    = 683.84cm3

    A Solid is in the form of a right circular cone mounted on a hemisphere. The radius of hemisphere is 3.5 cm and height of the cone is 4 cm . The solid is placed in a cylindrical vessel , full of water , in such a way that the whole solid is submerged in water. If the radius of cylindrical vessel is 5 cm and its height is 10.5 cm . Find the volume of water left in the cylindrical vessel

    Maths-General
    Explanation:
    • We have given a Solid is in the form of a right circular cone mounted on a hemisphere. The radius of hemisphere is 3.5 cm and height of the cone is 4 cm . The solid is placed in a cylindrical vessel , full of water , in such a way that the whole solid is submerged in water. If the radius of cylindrical vessel is 5 cm and its height is 10.5 cm
    • We have to find volume of water left in the cylindrical vessel.
    Step 1 of 1:
    We have given radius of the hemisphere is 3.5cm
    Now the solids is in the form of a right circular cone mounted on a hemisphere, then radius of the base  of the cone will be equal to radius of the hemisphere.
    Radius of the base of the cone is
    Height of the cone is
    So,
    Volume of the solid = volume of the cone + volume of hemisphere.
    So,

    V subscript text solid  end text end subscript equals 1 third pi r squared h plus 2 over 3 pi r cubed

    equals 1 third pi r squared left parenthesis h plus 2 r right parenthesis

    equals 1 third pi 3.5 squared left parenthesis 4 plus 7 right parenthesis

    = 141.109
    Now the radius of the base of the cylindrical vessel is 5cm
    Height of the cylindrical vessel is 10.5cm
    So, Volume of the water in the cylindrical vessel will be

    V equals pi r squared h

    equals 22 over 7 cross times 25 cross times 10.5

    = 825cm3
    Now, when the solid is completely submerged in the cylindrical vessel full of water,
    The
    Volume of the water left in the vessel = volume of the water in the vessel – volume of solid

    = (825 - 141.16)cm3

    = 683.84cm3

    General
    Maths-

    A path of uniform width 4m runs around the outside a rectangular field 24m by 18 m.Find the area of the path ?

    Hint:-
    Area of a rectangle = Length × breadth
    Step-by-step solution:-
    From the adjacent diagram,
    Let the outer rectangle represent the path around the field.
    ∴  Length of the outer rectangle = length of the field + 2 (width of the path)
    ∴  Length of the outer rectangle = 24 + 2 (4)
    ∴  Length of the outer rectangle = 24 + 8
    ∴ Length of the outer rectangle = 32 m ........................................................... (Equation i)
    Also, breadth of the outer rectangle = breadth of the field + 2 (width of the path)
    ∴ breadth of the outer rectangle = 18 + 2 (4)
    ∴  breadth of the outer rectangle = 18 + 8
    ∴  breadth of the outer rectangle = 26 m .................................................. (Equation ii)
    Area of the outer rectangle = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of the outer rectangle = 32 × 26 ......................................................... (From Equations i & ii)
    ∴ Area of the outer rectangle = 832 m2 ............................................................ (Equation iii)
    Area of the field = length × breadth
    ∴  Area of the room = 24 × 18 ......................................................................... (From given information)
    ∴  Area of the room = 432 m2 .......................................................................... (Equation iv)
    Now, Area of the path = Area of outer rectangle - Area of the inner field
    ∴  Area of the path = 832 - 432 ............................................................ (From Equations iii & iv)
    ∴  Area of the path = 400 m2
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ Area of the path is Rs. 400 m2.

    A path of uniform width 4m runs around the outside a rectangular field 24m by 18 m.Find the area of the path ?

    Maths-General
    Hint:-
    Area of a rectangle = Length × breadth
    Step-by-step solution:-
    From the adjacent diagram,
    Let the outer rectangle represent the path around the field.
    ∴  Length of the outer rectangle = length of the field + 2 (width of the path)
    ∴  Length of the outer rectangle = 24 + 2 (4)
    ∴  Length of the outer rectangle = 24 + 8
    ∴ Length of the outer rectangle = 32 m ........................................................... (Equation i)
    Also, breadth of the outer rectangle = breadth of the field + 2 (width of the path)
    ∴ breadth of the outer rectangle = 18 + 2 (4)
    ∴  breadth of the outer rectangle = 18 + 8
    ∴  breadth of the outer rectangle = 26 m .................................................. (Equation ii)
    Area of the outer rectangle = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of the outer rectangle = 32 × 26 ......................................................... (From Equations i & ii)
    ∴ Area of the outer rectangle = 832 m2 ............................................................ (Equation iii)
    Area of the field = length × breadth
    ∴  Area of the room = 24 × 18 ......................................................................... (From given information)
    ∴  Area of the room = 432 m2 .......................................................................... (Equation iv)
    Now, Area of the path = Area of outer rectangle - Area of the inner field
    ∴  Area of the path = 832 - 432 ............................................................ (From Equations iii & iv)
    ∴  Area of the path = 400 m2
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ Area of the path is Rs. 400 m2.
    parallel
    General
    Maths-

    The perimeter of a rectangle is 28 cm and its length is 8 cm. Find its:
    (i) breadth (ii) area

    step-by-step solution:-

    i. We will use the formula for perimeter of a rectangle and substitute the value of perimeter given in the question.
    Let the breadth be x cm
    Perimeter of the given rectangle = 28
    ∴ 2 (length + breadth) = 28
    ∴ 2 × (8 + x) = 28
    ∴ 2 × 8 + 2 × x = 28 .............. (Opening the bracket and multiplying 2 with the whole term)
    ∴ 16 + 2x = 28
    ∴ 2x = 28 - 16
    ∴ 2x = 12
    ∴ x = 12 over 2
    ∴ x = breadth = 6 cm ....... (Equation i)
    ii. We will use the formula for area of rectangle and substitute the value of breadth from equation i and length from given information.
    Area of the given rectangle = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of the given rectangle = 8 × 6 ............ (From Equation i & given information)
    ∴ Area of the given rectangle = 48 cm2
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ For a rectangle with perimeter 28 cm and length 8 cm, its breadth is 6 cm and area is 48 cm2

    The perimeter of a rectangle is 28 cm and its length is 8 cm. Find its:
    (i) breadth (ii) area

    Maths-General
    step-by-step solution:-

    i. We will use the formula for perimeter of a rectangle and substitute the value of perimeter given in the question.
    Let the breadth be x cm
    Perimeter of the given rectangle = 28
    ∴ 2 (length + breadth) = 28
    ∴ 2 × (8 + x) = 28
    ∴ 2 × 8 + 2 × x = 28 .............. (Opening the bracket and multiplying 2 with the whole term)
    ∴ 16 + 2x = 28
    ∴ 2x = 28 - 16
    ∴ 2x = 12
    ∴ x = 12 over 2
    ∴ x = breadth = 6 cm ....... (Equation i)
    ii. We will use the formula for area of rectangle and substitute the value of breadth from equation i and length from given information.
    Area of the given rectangle = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of the given rectangle = 8 × 6 ............ (From Equation i & given information)
    ∴ Area of the given rectangle = 48 cm2
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ For a rectangle with perimeter 28 cm and length 8 cm, its breadth is 6 cm and area is 48 cm2

    General
    Maths-

    How many square tiles of the side 20 cm will be needed to pave a footpath which is 2 m wide and surrounds a rectangular plot 40 m long and 22 m wide.

    Hint:-
    Area of a rectangle = length × breadth
    Step-by-step solution:-
    Paving the floor of a footpath with tiles means putting tiles on the whole surface of the footpath.
    ∴ If we know the area of the footpath and the area of each tile, we can find the number of tiles required to cover the footpath.
    Let the number of tiles required be n
    Now, from the given information,
    length of the plot = l1 = 40 m
    breadth of the plot = b1 = 22 m
    Side of each tile = 20 cm = 0.2 m (1m = 100 cm)
    ∴ Area of the plot = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of the plot = 40 × 22
    ∴ Area of the plot = 880 m2 ............................................................... (Equation i)
    In the adjacent diagram-
    For the outer rectangle-
    Length = Length of plot + 2 (width of footpath)
    Length = 40 + 2 (2)
    Length = 40 + 4
    Length = 44 m .................................................................................. (Equation ii)
    Breadth = Breadth of plot + 2 (width of footpath)
    Breadth = 22 + 2 (2)
    Breadth = 22 + 4
    Breadth = 26 m .................................................................................. (Equation ii)
    Area of Outer rectangle = length × breadth
    ∴  Area of Outer rectangle = 44 × 26 ..................................................... (From Equations ii & iii)
    ∴  Area of Outer rectangle = 1,144 m2 .................................................. (Equation iv)
    Area of footpath = Area of outer rectangle - Area of inner plot
    ∴  Area of footpath = 1,144 - 880 ......................................................... (From Equations i & iv)
    ∴  Area of footpath = 264 m2 ............................................................... (Equation v)
    Area of each tile = Side2
    ∴  Area of each tile = (0.2)2
    ∴  Area of each tile = 0.04 m2 ............................................................... (Equation vi)
    Area of the footpath = Area of each tile × total number of tiles required.
    ∴  264 = 0.04 × total number of tiles required ................... (From Equations v & vi)
    ∴  264 / 0.04 = total number of tiles required
    ∴  6,600 = total number of tiles required
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ 6,600 tiles would be required to cover the footpath.

    How many square tiles of the side 20 cm will be needed to pave a footpath which is 2 m wide and surrounds a rectangular plot 40 m long and 22 m wide.

    Maths-General
    Hint:-
    Area of a rectangle = length × breadth
    Step-by-step solution:-
    Paving the floor of a footpath with tiles means putting tiles on the whole surface of the footpath.
    ∴ If we know the area of the footpath and the area of each tile, we can find the number of tiles required to cover the footpath.
    Let the number of tiles required be n
    Now, from the given information,
    length of the plot = l1 = 40 m
    breadth of the plot = b1 = 22 m
    Side of each tile = 20 cm = 0.2 m (1m = 100 cm)
    ∴ Area of the plot = length × breadth
    ∴ Area of the plot = 40 × 22
    ∴ Area of the plot = 880 m2 ............................................................... (Equation i)
    In the adjacent diagram-
    For the outer rectangle-
    Length = Length of plot + 2 (width of footpath)
    Length = 40 + 2 (2)
    Length = 40 + 4
    Length = 44 m .................................................................................. (Equation ii)
    Breadth = Breadth of plot + 2 (width of footpath)
    Breadth = 22 + 2 (2)
    Breadth = 22 + 4
    Breadth = 26 m .................................................................................. (Equation ii)
    Area of Outer rectangle = length × breadth
    ∴  Area of Outer rectangle = 44 × 26 ..................................................... (From Equations ii & iii)
    ∴  Area of Outer rectangle = 1,144 m2 .................................................. (Equation iv)
    Area of footpath = Area of outer rectangle - Area of inner plot
    ∴  Area of footpath = 1,144 - 880 ......................................................... (From Equations i & iv)
    ∴  Area of footpath = 264 m2 ............................................................... (Equation v)
    Area of each tile = Side2
    ∴  Area of each tile = (0.2)2
    ∴  Area of each tile = 0.04 m2 ............................................................... (Equation vi)
    Area of the footpath = Area of each tile × total number of tiles required.
    ∴  264 = 0.04 × total number of tiles required ................... (From Equations v & vi)
    ∴  264 / 0.04 = total number of tiles required
    ∴  6,600 = total number of tiles required
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ 6,600 tiles would be required to cover the footpath.
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    A circle has a diameter of 120 metres. Your average walking speed is 4 kilometres per hour. How many minutes  will it take you to walk around the boundary of the circle 3 times? Round your answer to the nearest integer.

    ANS :- Time taken to walk  3 times around the circle is 11 mins (approx.)
    Explanation :-
    Given , the diameter of the circle is 120 m .The no. of round need to cover = 3
    Given , the speed = 4 km / hr
    circumference of circle pi d equals 120 pi m
    The total distance = no. of rounds × circumference of circle
    The total distance 2 cross times 120 pi equals 240 pi m equals 0.24 pi km
    We get text  time  end text equals fraction numerator text  total distance  end text over denominator text  speed  end text end fraction not stretchy rightwards double arrow text  time  end text equals fraction numerator 0.24 pi km over denominator 4 km divided by hr end fraction
    hrs = 0.1885 hrs
    As we know 1 hour = 60 mins
    As  time = 0.1885 × 60 mins = 11.3097 mins (11 is the nearest integer)

    A circle has a diameter of 120 metres. Your average walking speed is 4 kilometres per hour. How many minutes  will it take you to walk around the boundary of the circle 3 times? Round your answer to the nearest integer.

    Maths-General
    ANS :- Time taken to walk  3 times around the circle is 11 mins (approx.)
    Explanation :-
    Given , the diameter of the circle is 120 m .The no. of round need to cover = 3
    Given , the speed = 4 km / hr
    circumference of circle pi d equals 120 pi m
    The total distance = no. of rounds × circumference of circle
    The total distance 2 cross times 120 pi equals 240 pi m equals 0.24 pi km
    We get text  time  end text equals fraction numerator text  total distance  end text over denominator text  speed  end text end fraction not stretchy rightwards double arrow text  time  end text equals fraction numerator 0.24 pi km over denominator 4 km divided by hr end fraction
    hrs = 0.1885 hrs
    As we know 1 hour = 60 mins
    As  time = 0.1885 × 60 mins = 11.3097 mins (11 is the nearest integer)
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    Find the total area in the given figure.

    Step-by-step solution:-
    In the adjacent figure, Let rectangles ABCD & □ EFGC be the rectangle and square, respectively.
    ∴ from the given diagram, length = 50, breadth = 20, side = 30
    We have to find the area of entire figure which includes the rectangle & square mentioned above.
    ∴ Area of the given figure = Area of rectangles ABCD + Area of rectangles EFGC
    ∴ Area of the given figure = (length × breadth) + (side)2
    ∴ Area of the given figure = (50×20) + (30)2
    ∴ Area of the given figure = 1,000 + 900
    ∴ Area of the given figure = 1,900 square units.
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ Total area in the given figure is 190 square units.

    Find the total area in the given figure.

    Maths-General
    Step-by-step solution:-
    In the adjacent figure, Let rectangles ABCD & □ EFGC be the rectangle and square, respectively.
    ∴ from the given diagram, length = 50, breadth = 20, side = 30
    We have to find the area of entire figure which includes the rectangle & square mentioned above.
    ∴ Area of the given figure = Area of rectangles ABCD + Area of rectangles EFGC
    ∴ Area of the given figure = (length × breadth) + (side)2
    ∴ Area of the given figure = (50×20) + (30)2
    ∴ Area of the given figure = 1,000 + 900
    ∴ Area of the given figure = 1,900 square units.
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ Total area in the given figure is 190 square units.
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    A rectangular parking lot is 90 yards long and 35 yards wide. It costs about $.45 to pave each square foot of the parking lot with asphalt. About how much will it cost to pave the parking lot?

    ANS :- $12757.5 is the cost of paving the parking lot  .
    Explanation :-
    Given, the length and breadth rectangular parking lot are 90 yards and 35 yards
    We know 1 yard = 3 foot , convert l and b to foot .
    Then we get area of parking lot = 28350 sq. foot
    Given , the cost per sq. foot is $ 0.45
    Total cost of paving parking lot = area of parking lot in sq. foot ×cost of paving parking lot per foot
    Total cost of paving parking lot = 28350 sq. foot × $0.45/ sq. foot = $12757.5
    The cost of paving the rectangular parking lot is  $12757.5

    A rectangular parking lot is 90 yards long and 35 yards wide. It costs about $.45 to pave each square foot of the parking lot with asphalt. About how much will it cost to pave the parking lot?

    Maths-General
    ANS :- $12757.5 is the cost of paving the parking lot  .
    Explanation :-
    Given, the length and breadth rectangular parking lot are 90 yards and 35 yards
    We know 1 yard = 3 foot , convert l and b to foot .
    Then we get area of parking lot = 28350 sq. foot
    Given , the cost per sq. foot is $ 0.45
    Total cost of paving parking lot = area of parking lot in sq. foot ×cost of paving parking lot per foot
    Total cost of paving parking lot = 28350 sq. foot × $0.45/ sq. foot = $12757.5
    The cost of paving the rectangular parking lot is  $12757.5
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    A person is standing exactly at the centre of a circle. The distance of the person from the boundary of the circle is 3 ft. Find the area of the circle.

    ANS :- 28.274 sq. feet is the area of the circle.
    Explanation :-
    Given, the radius of circle is 3 ft
    Then we get area of circle = pi r squared
    equals pi left parenthesis 3 right parenthesis squared
    equals 9 pi f t squared
    = 28.274 sq. ft
    ∴The area of the circle is 28.274 sq. feet.

    A person is standing exactly at the centre of a circle. The distance of the person from the boundary of the circle is 3 ft. Find the area of the circle.

    Maths-General
    ANS :- 28.274 sq. feet is the area of the circle.
    Explanation :-
    Given, the radius of circle is 3 ft
    Then we get area of circle = pi r squared
    equals pi left parenthesis 3 right parenthesis squared
    equals 9 pi f t squared
    = 28.274 sq. ft
    ∴The area of the circle is 28.274 sq. feet.
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    The length and breadth of a rectangular plot are in the ratio 3: 1 and its perimeter is 128 m. Find the area of the plot ?

    Hint:-
    Perimeter of a rectangle = 2 (length + breadth)
    Area of a rectangle = length × breadth
    Step-by-step solution:-
     For the given rectangle-
     Length : Breadth = 3 : 1
     Let x be the common factor.
    ∴  Length = 3x …............................................ (Equation i)
    & Breadth = x …............................................ (Equation ii)
    Perimeter of a rectangle = 2 (length + breadth)
    ∴  Perimeter of a rectangle = 2 (3x + x) ............ (From Equations i & ii)
    ∴  Perimeter of a rectangle = 2 × 4x
    ∴  Perimeter of a rectangle = 8x
    ∴  128 = 8x ..................... (From given information)
    ∴  128 / 8 = x
    ∴  16 = x
    ∴  Length = 3x = 3 × 16 = 48 m ............................ (Equation iii)
    &  Breadth = x = 16 m ....................................... (Equation iv)
    Area of the given rectangle = length × breadth
    ∴  Area of the given rectangle = 48 ×16
    ∴  Area of the given rectangle = 768 m2
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ Area of the give rectangle is 768 m2.

    The length and breadth of a rectangular plot are in the ratio 3: 1 and its perimeter is 128 m. Find the area of the plot ?

    Maths-General
    Hint:-
    Perimeter of a rectangle = 2 (length + breadth)
    Area of a rectangle = length × breadth
    Step-by-step solution:-
     For the given rectangle-
     Length : Breadth = 3 : 1
     Let x be the common factor.
    ∴  Length = 3x …............................................ (Equation i)
    & Breadth = x …............................................ (Equation ii)
    Perimeter of a rectangle = 2 (length + breadth)
    ∴  Perimeter of a rectangle = 2 (3x + x) ............ (From Equations i & ii)
    ∴  Perimeter of a rectangle = 2 × 4x
    ∴  Perimeter of a rectangle = 8x
    ∴  128 = 8x ..................... (From given information)
    ∴  128 / 8 = x
    ∴  16 = x
    ∴  Length = 3x = 3 × 16 = 48 m ............................ (Equation iii)
    &  Breadth = x = 16 m ....................................... (Equation iv)
    Area of the given rectangle = length × breadth
    ∴  Area of the given rectangle = 48 ×16
    ∴  Area of the given rectangle = 768 m2
    Final Answer:-
    ∴ Area of the give rectangle is 768 m2.
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    Find the cost of fencing a square park with 16 m side if the cost of fencing is $16/m.

    ANS :- $ 1024 is the cost of fencing the square park .
    Explanation :-
    Given the side length of square park = 16 m
    Then perimeter (or) boundary length to be fenced = 4×16 = 64 m.
    Given the cost of fencing per metre = $16 / m
    Total cost of fencing = total perimeter in m × The cost of fencing per metre
    Total cost of fencing = 64 m × $16 / m = $ 1024
    ∴$ 1024 is the cost of fencing the square park .

    Find the cost of fencing a square park with 16 m side if the cost of fencing is $16/m.

    Maths-General
    ANS :- $ 1024 is the cost of fencing the square park .
    Explanation :-
    Given the side length of square park = 16 m
    Then perimeter (or) boundary length to be fenced = 4×16 = 64 m.
    Given the cost of fencing per metre = $16 / m
    Total cost of fencing = total perimeter in m × The cost of fencing per metre
    Total cost of fencing = 64 m × $16 / m = $ 1024
    ∴$ 1024 is the cost of fencing the square park .
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    If the area of a triangle is 77 m2 and its height is 15 over 11m, find the length of its base

    ANS :- The base of the triangle is 112.93 m.
    Explanation :-
    Given, The height of the triangle is 15 over 11m (i.e h = 15 over 11m)
    Let the base length of the triangle be b
    Given, area of triangle = 77 sq.m
    Then we get area of triangle = ½ × b × h
    not stretchy rightwards double arrow 77 equals 1 divided by 2 cross times open parentheses b cross times 15 over 11 close parentheses
    77 cross times 11 cross times 2 equals 15 b not stretchy rightwards double arrow b equals 1694 over 15
    not stretchy rightwards double arrow b equals 112.93 straight m
    ∴Therefore, The base of the triangle is 112.93 m.

    If the area of a triangle is 77 m2 and its height is 15 over 11m, find the length of its base

    Maths-General
    ANS :- The base of the triangle is 112.93 m.
    Explanation :-
    Given, The height of the triangle is 15 over 11m (i.e h = 15 over 11m)
    Let the base length of the triangle be b
    Given, area of triangle = 77 sq.m
    Then we get area of triangle = ½ × b × h
    not stretchy rightwards double arrow 77 equals 1 divided by 2 cross times open parentheses b cross times 15 over 11 close parentheses
    77 cross times 11 cross times 2 equals 15 b not stretchy rightwards double arrow b equals 1694 over 15
    not stretchy rightwards double arrow b equals 112.93 straight m
    ∴Therefore, The base of the triangle is 112.93 m.
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